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Customer Loyalty

Acquiring customers is hard. Keeping them is even harder.

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Overview

The struggle with customer loyalty

In an ever-changing world, financial institutions are constantly fighting over a shrinking share of wallet.

50% of customers

say that their banking relationships are neither rewarding, nor emotionally engaging

Spot the signs

Signs of customer loyalty issues

Here are some clues that indicate present or future customer attrition challenges for your bank or credit union:

  • Negative reviews and ratings - low Net Promoter Score (NPS) is an underlying sign that your customers are not happy with their banking experience.
  • Low engagement and digital adoption - when users don’t find value in your digital channels and continue to rely on your branches, they’re more likely to churn.
  • A low share of wallet - the average consumer holds 7.4 financial products, of which only 2.8 are with their main bank. If customers only see you as a place to access money and manage their accounts, they’re more likely to bank with others too.
Customer Loyalty - Spot the signs
The drawbacks

What does customer loyalty mean to you?

One of the key metrics in measuring loyalty is churn rate. A high churn rate means you're losing customers, and it negatively impacts your bank or credit union in many ways.

It’s costly

Adding to the instant revenue loss, studies have shown that the costs of acquiring a customer is many times higher than the costs of keeping an existing one.

It impacts your growth

Bringing new products & services to market is fairly easy when you have a strong loyal customer base, but poor customer loyalty hurts your customer’s lifetime value and future revenues.

It damages your brand

Negative experiences tarnish your reputation. When people aren’t raving about your products and services, you’re not only losing out on returning customers, but also on their referrals.

Game plan

Build customer loyalty today

Here are some surefire ways to improve retention in your bank or credit union.

Invest in better experiences

Customers now expect seamless, self-service features from your financial institution, and engagement will lead to their loyalty. Beyond banking capabilities through personal finance services, such as cash flow analysis and spending insights, will take you beyond basic transactional activities. Providing actionable insights into your customers’ financial wellness empowers them to make smarter decisions. This creates unmissable value and lasting relationships with your customers. Your move: Deliver personalized and 5-star banking experiences at every touchpoint with

Backbase Digital Banking

Customer Loyalty - Invest in better experiences
Customer Loyalty - Improve customer service
Customer Loyalty - Make every interaction impactful
What you gain

3 reasons why you should invest in loyalty and retention

  • Increasing customer retention rates by 5% help increase profits by 25% to 95% from repeat business and referrals.
  • Moreover, US-based banks with a high Net Promoter Score had net interest income growth of 13% over 3 years, compared with 5% for laggards.
  • Higher share of wallet. There is a proven correlation between customer loyalty and repeat purchases, leading to higher Customer Lifetime Value.
Customer Loyalty - What you gain
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