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Antecedents of Customer Adoption on Digital Banking with Special Reference to Non-Banking Financial Institutes in Sri Lanka

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K. A. E. Madusanka ,

University of Wolverhampton, GB
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D. A. T. Kumari

Wayamba University, LK
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Department of Banking and Finance
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Abstract

Purpose: The principal destinations of this examination are to contemplate and recognize the variables affecting the appropriation of digital banking among non-bank clients in Sri Lanka.

 

Design: A survey was carried out by using structured self-administered questionnaire. As the study is mainly focused on exploring the antecedents of adopting to the digital banking of non-banking organizations of the country, the target population were all the customers who are using digital banking services provided by non-banking organizations in the Sri Lankan context. Accordingly, the sample was based on 300 customers of the digital banking services provided by main players of the industry. The data was analyzed by using descriptive and inferential statistical tools and PLS based SEM was adopted to test the hypotheses.

 

Findings: The researcher has identified the factors; perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, perceived risk, customer trust, compatibility and information quality affect customer adoption on digital banking among non-bank clients.

 

Originality: The study attempts to distinguish and examine the most significant and practical predecessors that can impact the advanced financial appropriation of non-monetary establishments considering the client's perspective. The study has chosen the TAM model for examining exact discoveries due to its nearby pertinence to the examination question. In view of the chosen model (TAM), however, numerous studies demonstrate that web ease of use, security, data quality, trust, administration quality, comfort, and protection are the main components in the reception of advanced banking by clients.  

How to Cite: Madusanka, K. A. E., & Kumari, D. A. T. (2021). Antecedents of Customer Adoption on Digital Banking with Special Reference to Non-Banking Financial Institutes in Sri Lanka. South Asian Journal of Finance, 1(1), 61–79. DOI: http://doi.org/10.4038/sajf.v1i1.28
Published on 01 Jun 2021.
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