Banks that are caught flat-footed by the Baby Boomers' next big demographic shift will want to avoid the "nobody saw it coming" argument because it really won't be all that believable. The Insurance Co. Angle
Fundamentally, banks connect those with money to those who need it. By limiting access to the systems that handle the transactions, banks have been able to charge big fees. But the walls are breaking down now.
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