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Businesses more willing to bank online according to new survey.

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Financial organisations The Institute of Chartered Accountants and Alliance and Leicester Commercial Bank have completed a survey showing that businesses are more willing to bank via the Internet.

In total, 49% of all businesses questioned are more willing to bank online than one year ago while 37% are more likely to review their banking costs. A further 21% are now more likely to switch current account provider and 18% are considering choosing a provider of banking services that is not one of the main four high street banks.

The survey polled 1,000 chartered accountants on their views of how banking has changed over the past year.

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