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Pilatus Bank discusses whether banks are failing Generation X

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LONDON, Jan. 03, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — It is an undeniable fact that most Millennials carry some sort of instinctive ability to understand and utilize digital technology simply because they have been born into a digital era. The older generation, whose birth years range from the early-to-mid 1960s to the early 1980s, also referred to as Generation X, have in contrast either adapted to digital technology after being fascinated by it, or they have been forced to reckon with it in order to survive in a technology driven environment. The banking industry is no different. Hamidreza Ghanbari, CEO of Pilatus Bank, believes that Generation X might get left behind as the banking industry is transitioning to more complex FinTech solutions through the use of mobile and online platforms.

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