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Banks have an opportunity to offer more to customers looking for green solutions

  • Carbon footprint management experts, Cogo, have found that nearly 8 in 10 (75%) of UK mobile banking customers want to know the carbon impact of their spending
  • The research indicates that banks have a *52 million strong retail customer pool interested in green banking features
  • The research highlights that banking rewards with a sustainable focus could be a differentiator for UK banks in a challenging retail banking market
  • One of the key barriers to people accepting help from banks is the lack of transparency about what banks are doing to reduce their own corporate carbon footprints

New research has found that nearly 8 in 10 (75%) UK mobile banking users want to know more about the carbon impact of their spending. The findings indicate that there is an unfulfilled appetite in the UK retail banking market for green banking features and…

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