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First Annapolis research study

This Q1 2016 multi-market study explored consumer perceptions of online and mobile banking and payments security by analyzing responses from 3,090 consumers across the U.S., U.K. and Australia.

Among the many takeaways from the study was this staggering insight: one year’s worth of friction and fraud is estimated to cost U.S. banks $14.9 billion in lost relationship value. Consistent levels of friction and fraud over a five-year period would translate into a cumulative $74.3 billion – which does not include the life-time value of their account, future cross-sell potential and referrals.

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