Electronic banking - Status and Perspectives

Ivaylo Mihaylov

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Abstract The payment system consists of regulations and structural organisation of all state payments. It is constantly developing and improving especially in the current situation. The main objective of this article is an attempt at analyzing the development of electronic financial services in Bulgaria, focusing on the role and application of the electronic bank products and technologies.

Index Terms: Electronic banking, payment system, mobile services.

JEL: G20, O31

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2014-4-10

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