Rabodirect opts for the personal touch

While the economic crisis has seen many financial institutions go quiet, online bank Rabodirect. ie has survived through trying to be more open with its Irish customers, according to its general manager.

12th December, 2009

While the economic crisis has seen many financial institutions go quiet, online bank Rabodirect. ie has survived through trying to be more open with its Irish customers, according to its general manager.

‘‘Over the years, people had got more comfortable with internet banking and dealing with money online but, last October when the crisis hit, the need for a face behind the bank increased,” said Roel van Veggel, general manager of Rabodirect.ie....

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