Mumbai: Even as cases of financial fraud are dotting cyber space across the world, Indians seem more forthcoming in giving out their personal information for personalised services and simplification of finance management than their global counterparts, a study by Cisco has said.
According to the Cisco report, 72 per cent of respondents from India said they would provide more personal information to simplify management of finances compared to 56 per cent participants agreeing globally.
The study, conducted in early 2013, aimed at finding out how and when consumers want to engage with their banks across multiple channels for activities ranging from account monitoring to acquiring financial advice.
11:23 AM, May 19, 2013
New Delhi: India's urban consumer confidence improved marginally in April, but concerns about the economy kept consumers pessimistic, a survey released on Wednesday showed. The BluFin Consumer Confidence Index rose to 41.1 in April 2012, from 39.9 in March. The index recorded its lowest score of 35.8 in December 2011. The index reflects pessimism below 50 and optimism above that, BluFin said. The report comes after the RBI last month...
05:22 PM, May 09, 2012