Banking association signs agreement with DJP

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The Digital Welfare Program (DJP) and the Hungarian Banking Association have signed a cooperation agreement to improve the digital awareness of Hungarian consumers, according to profitline.hu.

The agreement was signed by the professional leader of the DJP, András Levente Gál and Levente Kovács, the secretary-general of the Hungarian Banking Association.

Under the agreement, the cooperating partners will map out future professional interfaces, such as promoting the development of electronic processes for financial services, raising cyber security awareness, and promoting trusted financial services through the Digital Welfare Financial Trademark.

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