Banking Reputation 2019

This report provides key reputational and trust metrics regarding the banking industry and the banks used by individuals. This report enables providers to gauge the success of their own and others’ engagement strategies, and the extent to which brands have been successful or otherwise in dealing with and recovering from high-profile banking crises which have impacted on the industry and specific brands.

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Report Highlights

The banking industry still suffers from reputational damage as a legacy of past (and some on-going) scandals. Consumers generally have less positive view of the industry than they have of individual bank brands and the individual banks they use. In the banking industry, the whole (the industry’s reputation) is worth less than the sum of its parts (the reputation of individual bank brands).  While 79% of consumers are satisfied with their own bank, only 44% look favourably towards the industry as a whole.

Consumer positive views of either the industry or individual banks are based on an unemotional assessment of the banking services provided, principally an assessment of the current account and/or online banking system. Consumers do not have warm and cosy feeling towards individual banks or the industry, they remain somewhat detached from both, even those consumers who tend to look favourably on the industry or individual bank. Consumers respect banks and industry more than they like either.

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Report Features

Type Consumer Research Report
Year of Publication 2019
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