Customer Perception on Service Quality in Retail Banking in Developing Countries - A Case Study

Mohammad Abdul Muyeed

Abstract


The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the service quality in retail banking in the developing countries in general, and Bangladesh in particular. This is an analytical study based mainly on the primary data collected through scientifically developed questionnaire. The questionnaire has been personally administered on a sample size of 250, chosen from four banks in Bangladesh located in the northern district of Kushtia. The result indicates that customers' perception has reached on highest in the Prompt and accuracy in transactions of the bank and lowest in the service of modern equipment and décor. Due to the increasing competition in retail banking, customer service is an important part and bank must give their due attention to the customers' perception about service quality.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ijms.v4n1p116

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