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  • Distrust in big banks drives Gen Yers to fintech apps
  • Distrust in big banks drives Gen Yers to fintech apps
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Distrust in big banks drives Gen Yers to fintech apps

Distrustful of traditional financial institutions, Gen Yers are more likely to favor digital banking experiences, according to research. As a generation with more debt and lower incomes than their parents, digital challenger banks are providing them with a greater sense of control over their finances.

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