RateSupermarket.ca introduces the 2016 winners of the Best of Finance awards! In this post, we’re recognizing some of the best banking products in Canada, from chequing and savings accounts to GIC’s and TFSA’s.
Things have gotten more competitive for Canada’s big banks, as a growing fintech industry and customer demands give them a run for their money. To encourage loyalty, they’re pulling out new features and customer service tactics. Here are 4 you should keep an eye out for.
Introducing the best bank accounts in Canada 2015! RateSupermarket.ca has released the rankings from their annual Best of Finance awards – read on to learn more about the best savings accounts, chequing accounts and GICs.
When it comes to their banking needs, Canadians are less satisfied than they were a year ago, finds the 10th annual J.D. Power Canadian Retail Banking Customer Satisfaction Study. The top culprits: hidden fees and a decline in services.
What makes for a satisfied Canadian banking customer? According to The Canadian Retail Banking Customer Satisfaction Study, no-fee banking tops the list. The survey, now in its ninth year, was released this week by JD Power and Associates. In it, customers were asked to rank their level of satisfaction with their lender.
In a surprise announcement on November 5, ING Direct announced its new name will be Tangerine as of Spring 2014, as well as new products to come, including a no-free credit card.