Quality is banks' biggest plus

December 1987
ABA Banking Journal;Dec87, Vol. 79 Issue 12, p97
Discusses the importance of quality service on customers during the American Bankers Association's conference. Retention of customers loyalty in relation to profitability; Correlation of customer services with reasonable prices; Concern on the deterioration of bank services from deregulation.


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