The move toward electronic commerce forces bankers to confront entirely new issues and questions. One being posed by corporate customers concerns a bank's ability to certify that an electronic signature in fact belongs to the party using it.

While banks are currently considering the revenue potential in being certifying authorities, or CAs, they must be equally focused on the legal liabilities that come with CA responsibilities.

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