85% of Scotia’s transactions now online

Scotia Group branches now being used less with more use of electronic banking by customers.

Scotia Group is reporting major breakthrough in customers switching much of their banking operations outside the banking halls.
According to the banking group in their report to shareholders, “We continue to simplify our operating model to focus on growing our core businesses, enhancing our digital capabilities, and reducing our structural costs.”
Scotia stated that “Our digital strategy continues to deliver new milestones as evidenced by a 24 percent increase in the number of mobile banking customers.” mobile, online, ATM and Point of sale continue to grow and now account for more than 85 percent of all transactions as at July. The banking group is reporting lower operating cost and fee income as a result of the switch.
The sharp fall in branch transactions come against and 7 percent increase in total to $535 billion over assets on the books in July 2017.

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