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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Retail Banking: Consumers Perception And Influencing Factors Role Of SBI And ICICI Chidambaram

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AUTHOR(S)

Dr. R.Ramachandran

 

KEYWORDS

Consumer’ Perception, Retail Banking, Commercial Banks, Profitability Foreign banks and Marketing environment

 

ABSTRACT

Now a days, clients aren't interested in buying a product on the grounds of its name, physical attributes or cost alone. An important question is increased by every bank regarding clients' service expectations, so by cutting operational expenses and handling contest. Currently, banks are under enormous pressure to better their services. Banks working in retail banking are consequently directing their plans towards raising service quality level that boosts customer loyalty and satisfaction through improved service quality. As service-oriented entities trying for success in this challenging advertising environment, retail merchants have tended to provide nearly identical products and fiscal solutions. 50 out of SBI, 50 ICICI current samples dimension tools kind. At the next phase, 50 clients from each one of the branches have been chosen on the purposive foundation for the analysis. As a result, the sample size includes 100 clients. As an important part of the analysis, the principal data were collected by 100 clients. As an important part of the analysis, the principal data were gathered for a period of 3 weeks in April 2018 on June 2018. The observations and findings will be the consequence and consequence of these interpretations made throughout the analysis of investigation.

 

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