28th Jun 2017
Commenting today on the Financial
Conduct Authority's recommendations to reform the asset management industry,
Institute CEO, Jo Causon commented:
"The new business rules published today by the FCA are good news for customers. Our UK Customer Satisfaction Index (UKCSI) finds the measures which define the difference between the highest and lowest scoring organisations in the finance sector are those relating to customer relationships, such as handling of enquiries and quality of information and advice, as well as cost measures.
“Additionally, our research consistently finds a notable correlation between customer satisfaction and trust, and business reputation, which will prove vital to maintaining, and indeed expanding, market share.”
Notes to editors
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