Service Performance in Public, Conventional Private and Specialized Private Banks in Bangladesh

  •  Md Abu Saleh    


Banking services play a key role in present competitive edge. Accordingly, service quality, satisfaction and performance have become an area of interest in such research field. An extensive review of literature revealed that very limited attention has been given to explore the borrower customers’ perspectives regarding the conventional public, private and specialised private banking. Therefore, this research strives to accommodate a developing perspective where conventional and non-conventional Islamic banks are operating and providing services to their customers. Data have been collected from 78 borrower customers to examine their perceived quality, satisfaction and performances of banks. The study revealed that service performance by the Islamic and conventional private banks were found well-organized in providing services and better than public banks. The study finally addressed the limitations and future research directions.

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