Challenger banks and fintech startups are clearly shaking up the U.K. banking sector, as consumers now expect a digital-first, customised and convenient banking experience.
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U.K. consumers are generally happy with their banks' security and privacy protocols, but a mistake can be costly. If security lapse happens, customers are more likely to switch banks
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U.K. consumers regularly go outside their banks, with 66 percent using alternative financial services, notably P2P payments. In the new open banking framework, banks can work with trusted technology partners to quickly fill their solution gaps.
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To meet the younger generations' huge appetite for financial knowledge, banks' websites, blogs, events, mobile applications and even telephone communications deserve intense focus and investment. Educational content, coupled with analytics, can help banks understand which products are best for a customer.
Now in its fourth year, the annual FIS'" Performance Against Customer Expectations
(PACE) findings offer a clear view into how well banking providers are meeting
the needs of their customers. For 2018, FIS surveyed U.K. consumers and asked them to
rank the importance of nine key attributes - simplified from the 18 attributes
of previous years - and then score their primary banking provider's performance in those
These nine key attributes are built into FIS' RUN CONNECT GROW model, which represents a bank's levels of service and the steps to achieve success.