Visa officials are airing some second thoughts about the way they approached home banking.

Peter Ellwood, chairman of the Visa International board, told a meeting of the card association's directors that its Visa Interactive subsidiary might have been more successful if it were structured according to current strategic principles rather than those of 1994, when the remote banking unit was formed.

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