Two-thirds of Chileans have a bank account, making it one of the most-banked Latin American markets. The number of checking accounts in the country tripled, to 21 million, in the 10 years to the end of 2016.
Chilean consumers are also taking to online banking, although in more limited fashion. This graph shows the number of clients at each of the bigger banks who logged into their accounts online. Across all banks, 9.2 million clients logged in during January this year, an 80% increase from five years earlier.
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