May 222014
 May 22, 2014  Posted by  Business

Adam Tanner reports:

Your banker wants to know if your wife has thrown you out of the house. Or if one of your parents has died. Or if you are expecting a child.

Because banks typically make more money when they know clients better, they are stepping up efforts to learn more personal information. For example, in recent weeks HSBC has been writing its Premier clients and encouraging them to share details about themselves.

Read more on Forbes.

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