Clarien launching mobile banking app
Clarien Bank is introducing a mobile banking app next week. At the same time it will launch a downloadable digital token app that will allow customers to authorise transactions without using a hard token.
The Clarien iBank Mobile app will be available to download free for Android and Apple smartphones and tablets from Google Play and the Apple App Store from Monday.
Clarien iBank Mobile will be available to registered users of Clarien’s existing iBank online banking platform and will offer customers fast, secure access to all their Clarien accounts, including credit cards, and enable them to transfer funds locally and internationally, pay bills, and receive secure messages.
Also on Monday, a new Clarien Digital Token app will also be available for download, giving users the added convenience of being able to use their mobile device to log in to iBank from a desktop or web browser and authorise transactions without having to use a hard token.
Michael DeCouto, chief digital and marketing officer, said: “Clarien iBank Mobile has been designed to provide a superior digital banking experience for our customers, enabling them to easily and securely manage their banking on the go. It reflects Clarien’s ongoing commitment to invest in developing innovative products that meet the ever-changing demands of our customers.
“Increasingly, clients expect to have more personal control of their banking and the convenience to access their accounts anywhere, anytime. We are confident that Clarien iBank Mobile meets their expectations and provides an enhanced customer experience.”
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