Two years after the start of the pandemic drove more customers to adopt digital banking when branch lobbies closed, a recent study found that Boston has one of the highest increases in branch closings among U.S. metropolitan areas.
by Diane McLaughlin | Dec 12, 2021
While the shift to digital banking has led lenders to close branches across New England, Berkshire Bank and Chase Bank are investing in their brick-and-mortar locations as tools to address financial issues and inequities highlighted by the pandemic.
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