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21st Century Money, Banking & Commerce

by: Vartanian; Ledig; Bruneau

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Retail Price: $174.16

Publisher: ,Jul-98

Category: ELECTRONIC COMMERCE Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 0966331737
ISBN13: 9780966331738

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Book Description


  21st Century Money, Banking & Commerce offers the first

comprehensive analysis of electronic financial products and services and


                                        electronic commerce. This book analyzes emerging trends in electronic


                                        financial services; identifies the operational and legal risks; examines laws


                                        and rules applying to Internet commerce; and addresses security, privacy,


                                        and intellectual property considerations. 21st Century Money, Banking


                                        & Commerce is a practical roadmap to the future of financial services and


                                        electronic commerce.


                                              From the Inside Flap


                                          As the new century dawns, banks and financial services companies stand


                                        poised on the edge of a revolutionary era. The dramatic proliferation of


                                        PC technology, together with the emergence of a low-cost, worldwide


                                        communications network, is reshaping the way that individuals and


                                        businesses transmit information and do business. Technology is rapidly


                                        forcing the convergence of financial products with the delivery systems


                                        for those products, making them functionally indistinguishable. This


                                        cultural shift in financial services affects how banks and businesses reach


                                        customers, how they compete, and how they remain viable. Financial


                                        service providers will have to develop and maintain customer


                                        relationships in a manner far different from what they have been


                                        accustomed to.


                                              21st Century Money, Banking & Commerce analyzes the issues raised


                                        by technology, and offers a glimpse at the answers. The authors bring


                                        together the fast-paced developments in electronic financial products and


                                        services, highlighting electronic money products, Internet-based payments


                                        systems, smart cards, digital signature technologies, privacy


                                        considerations, and security concerns.


                                              21st Century Money, Banking & Commerce provides a common


                                        framework for financial institution executives, counsel, information


                                        systems executives, and other electronic commerce participants to


                                        understand the challenges and opportunities they face.