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Author
Chojecki Tomasz, Matysek Anna
Title
Bankowość elektroniczna w europejskich systemach bankowych: Finlandia
Source
Bank i Kredyt, 2003, nr 1, s. 74-86, bibliogr. 40 poz.
Keyword
System bankowy, Bankowość wirtualna, Usługi bankowe
Banking system, Virtual banking, Banking services
Country
Finlandia
Finland
Abstract
Finlandia jest jednym z europejskich pionierów wykorzystania zaawansowanych technologii informatyczno-komunikacyjnych w wielu procesach gospodarczych. Miało to istotny wpływ również na cały system bankowy, powodując, że fińskie banki stały się liderami w wykorzystaniu nowoczesnych technologii w procesie świadczenia usług finansowych. W artykule omówiono przeobrażeniach, które dokonały się w ciągu minionej dekady w fińskim systemie bankowym.
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0137-5520
Language
pol
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