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Can the change in consumer behaviour after note ban be sustained?

25 May, 2017

The government’s ban on old high-value banknotes late last year and measures such as the launch of the BHIM app and United Payment Interface have given a fillip to digital financial services. But is this sustainable? And how can banks and fintech companies use this opportunity? A panel of executives at investment firms, digital wallets and payments firms discussed these issues at the News Corp VCCircle Payments Forum last week. Watch the discussion to learn more.

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