Digital-only banks are redefining retail banking in major markets around the world. Spurred on by consumer frustrations with incumbents and growing willingness to use digital channels for accessing financial services, these tech-savvy players have acquired customers at pace and ramped up pressure on established firms.
In the US, these challengers got off to a slower start than elsewhere, especially compared with Europe. But they've begun gaining traction in the last year.
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