As you may know, LIBOR (London Interbank Offered Rate) is a global interest rate benchmark that banks use to lend to each other. Many banks also use LIBOR as a reference rate for commercial and consumer loans that carry an adjustable rate. As a result of some global scandals related to LIBOR rate manipulation, it will be phased out by the end of 2021.
Your call center is quiet… and that’s a good thing. If you’re a bank marketing exec, you usually try to come up with ideas that will resonate with customers and prospects, leading them to eagerly respond online, on the phone, or in person at the branch. But sometimes the lack of response is what you want. In these instances, silence is golden.
In the world of banking, mistakes sometimes happen. We know, because crafting apology communications is a challenge we often encounter here at MKP! We call them “Oops” communications, and over the years we’ve developed several key guidelines for dealing with errors. Read on, and learn how you can turn an unfortunate snafu into an opportunity to cement an even stronger relationship with your customers. First, don’t overreact.
It doesn’t happen every morning, but sometimes my owner Hillary grabs a leash and says: “Oliver, do you want to come to work today?” WORK!! WORK!! YES, I want to come to work! What could be better than work?