Financial Services Marketing Trends to Watch Out for in 2019

Financial Services Marketing Trends to Watch Out for in 2019

Posted on January 17, 2019

Technology and innovation have left no stone unturned in drastically impacting various industries in the last few years. Financial services industry is one such industry, which has been significantly impacted by changing technological advances. Last year, we saw numerous trends and advancements in the same and we expect a lot more of changes this year. Read on to know the most important trends in the financial services marketing industry:

  • Focus on Customer Experience, Data-driven Marketing

    With the stiff competition that the already established financial companies are facing from the newer ones, they will surely try to win the trust of more and more customers. They will focus on creating a better customer experience and building their trust. A more personalized approach will gain popularity with an emphasis on data-driven marketing.

  • Open Banking Will Trend

    Open banking rules require regulated banks to let customers share their financial data with trusted third-party providers through APIs. Open banking has enabled established banks to invest in their own experiences. Many banks such as HSBC, Lloyds, and RBS are planning on creating more money management apps that will help customers track their expenses and budget effectively.

  • Established Banks are Planning to Create their Own Challenger Brands

    2018 witnessed some major banks working on their own challenger brands. For example- RBS plans to launch a mobile-only bank. Also, HSBC is also working on its own challenger bank project, targeting the SMEs in the UK.

  • Banks and Fintechs Will Team Up

    Under the marketplace model, established banks and fintechs create marketplaces through which the customers can discover and own financial services products offered by third parties. This model has been heavily followed by in 2018 and is expected to continue to be followed in 2019 too. This will lead to more and more banks and fintechs teaming up.

  • Fintechs Will Offer Broader Suites of Services

    In order to expand their relationship with their customers, many fintechs have started offering broader suites of services. The latest example of this being- Robinhood, a fintech brokerage firm, announced the launching of a free checking and savings product that will supposedly pay 3% percent interest on deposits. The same can be said to continue and expand in the coming year.

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