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Towards a Social Stock Exchange.
 

Towards a Social Stock Exchange.

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Mark Campanale, Director - Four Elements Capital - United Kingdom

Mark Campanale, Director - Four Elements Capital - United Kingdom

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  • Banks have no incentive to serve unprofitable consumers Further segmentation of consumer base, focus on product margins could further isolate unprofitable consumers Elimination of cross subsidy makes it more unattractive for banks to serve those on low incomes Will those at the margin drop off into financial exclusion? Imposition of account maintenance and high usage fees would have disproportionate negative impact on low income, elderly, and disabled, who often require regular branch access Danger of mis-selling package accounts or other more complicated products, particularly to those with limited financial literacy