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The most recent KPMG Nunwood Customer Excellence Study in the US (February 2015) shows that financial services firm USAA leads the world in nearly all aspects of customer experience. In close pursuit companies like Ernest Jones, Charles Schwab and Ally Bank are setting new standards in customer experience and regional banks such as Umpqua are transforming the relationship a bank can have with the community it serves. Wells Fargo are making huge strides in bringing the customer into the centre of their organisation, their focus on recruiting millennials has forced them to rethink their banking model to approach the digital customer in a new way.
The KPMG Nunwood estimate is that US firms are some 5 years ahead of the UK in terms of the quality of experience delivery.
There is much to learn from these world leading firms.
However it isn’t just US FS firms that are setting the pace the KPMG Nunwood Customer Experience Excellence study in APAC highlights that Australian banks are leading the world in terms of mobile applications and digital innovation.
Kiwibank in New Zealand is blurring the lines between banking and community services and is growing rapidly across the Australasian continent.
Chinese and Malaysian banks are rolling out different operating models to attract the affluent customer with highly personalised tailored experiences.
According to analysts Gartner by 2020 90% of global firms will be competing on the basis of customer experience rather than products or price and 50% of product development spend will be transferred to experience development. The Excellence centre research has identified the FS companies that are in the vanguard of this shift and the analysis provides unique insights as to how UK firms might manage the transition.
This presentation will analyse not just what these companies are doing but how and why they do it.
Their approach to people and culture, organisation design how they think about the customer and technology will all be put under the microscope.
THE GIST: JPtv decided to sit down with Danny Ko, a Manager of Financial Services at TD. After completing a BA in Sociology and History at the University of Toronto, Ko joined TD as a CSR – or teller – before working his way up through the ranks (his words, not ours!) to his current position. We spoke in depth with him about working in financial services at TD, and what it takes to break in and build a successful career. Sit down, kick off your shoes, and enjoy!
If you’re in a rush the time stamps for the questions are listed below:
01 — Who are you and what do you do? (00:35)
02 — What services does your company offer? (00:43)
03 — Educational Background (01:09)
04 — How did you start out? (01:16)
05 — What does your job involve (01:32)
06 — Typical Day? (01:46)
07 — Most rewarding part? (02:02)
08 — Work Environment (02:16)
09 — Challenges facing the financial industry (02:28)
10 — Entry level position (02:56)
11 — Application process (03:12)
12 — Do you need a specific educational background? (03:30)
13 — Key Skills (03:53)
14 — Three tips for students interested in financial services (04:29)
FINANCIAL SERVICES SERIES: This video is part of an in depth and ongoing series where JPtv (Jobpostings) explores the financial services industry.
SHARING THE LOVE: Thank you to Danny Ko from TD for talking with us. You can learn more about TD at www.td.com. The track ‘ The Voiceless’ is courtesy of And So I Watched You From Afar (http://asiwyfa.bandcamp.com).
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