Five Banks Identified as Top Movers in the 2019 Nigerian Banking Customer Experience Survey - KPMG

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Wednesday, December 18, 2019 04:35 PM / By Proshare Research / Header Image Credit: KPMG Nigeria

 

The 2019 Nigeria banking industry customer experience survey report recently published by KPMG Nigeria showed that Ecobank Nigeria recorded significant improvement in the SME segment of the survey.

 

According to the report, analysis of performance in the SME segment reveals dynamism in the 2019 ranking. Despite lower levels of overall satisfaction for SMEs, Fidelity Bank and Ecobank make the greatest improvements with both banks moving up more than four places into the top five banks. FCMB emerged 1st while Access Bank came 3rd.

 

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In the retail segment, the top two performers have remained the same for the fourth consecutive year.  GTBank replaced Zenith Bank as the top-rated bank in the 2019 ranking. Sterling Bank, First Bank and UBA are the biggest movers in 2019, coming in 3rd, 5th and 7th places respectively.

 

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In the wholesale segment, Citi Bank and  GTBank  maintained top spots from previous year ranking while new entrants Standard Chartered and Access Bank make the top five positions at 3rd and 5th places, respectively.

 

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KPMG Nigeria has conducted the research survey since 2007. The researchers have asked customers across financial market segments about their experience with their banks. Over the period, more than 200,000 customers were surveyed across the country.

 

The 2019 survey research was conducted through face-to-face and online survey methodology completed Q2 and Q3 2019. The survey covered 25,466 retail customers, 3,045 SMEs and 369 commercial/corporate organizations.

 

Download Here - 2019 Nigerian Banking Industry Customer Experience Survey Report by KPMG

 

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