Banks are not as aggressive as the many technology startups competing to dominate the mobile payments market, but their slow pace is justified, a new report says.

Banks have to move slowly because they have more at stake and a reputation on the line with new products, says Nathalie Reinelt, retail banking analyst for Aite Group. And banks have an advantage because of the longstanding consumer relationships and trust they have, she adds.

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