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Montreal-based National Bank of Canada is upgrading its digital experience by rolling out a new personal banking site, the company announced Wednesday.

The site “gives clients a 360-degree view of their bank accounts, including those held at other financial institutions,” the bank says in a news release. It also makes budgeting easier, as spending is automatically sorted into categories.

“The new online bank reflects our desire to offer our clients a state-of-the-art digital experience. We’re doing that by giving them … tools to help them manage their day-to-day banking and plan the milestones in their lives,” Lionel Pimpin, senior vice president, digital channels, says in a statement.

The transaction site is part of a suite of new digital improvements from National Bank, including a new website, new ABMs, new contactless debit cards and Apple Pay and Android Pay services.