As banks slowly, gingerly start to provide account and transaction data to their customers over Facebook Messenger and Amazon Alexa, they’re navigating a minefield of uncertainties when it comes to privacy and security.

“Banks have a genuine and well-founded fear that the internet giants could take control of the customer, relegating the regulated financial institutions to low-margin utility pipes,” said David Birch, global ambassador at Consult Hyperion.

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