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    News stories featuring KPMG:

    25% of world’s population to use mobile banking in four years

    August 3rd, 2015

    More than 25% of the world’s population will use mobile banking in the next four years, research from KPMG using data from UBS Evidence Lab reveals, predicting the number of users will double to 1.8bn. “Mobile banking is clearly supplanting all other channels as the main portal between the bank and the consumer,” says KPMG’s David Hodgkinson. “Banks must adapt or die.”

    US consumers “warming up to mobile payments”

    January 3rd, 2012

    23% of US consumers are now “very willing” to use their mobile phone as a wallet, a KPMG survey has found, but many consumers are still expressing privacy and security concerns. More

    KPMG reports on consumer attitudes to mobile

    December 6th, 2011

    A new survey from KPMG has found that 41% of shoppers now use their phone to research products and services in-store and consumers are increasingly willing to share data with advertisers if it saves them money — but concerns over mobile payments security and privacy issues remain. More

    KPMG: Mobile payments are two to four years away from mainstream acceptance

    July 18th, 2011

    A global survey of executives conducted by KPMG has found that the vast majority believe mobile payments will hit the mainstream within four years and nearly half say they think mass-market acceptance is only two years away. More

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