Informa Research Services has become the most accurate and timely provider of competitive fee and feature research. We utilize a variety of methodologies to acquire the information you need. We provide in-person shoppers in diverse income and lifestyle categories, all based on your customized research goals. We track and report all banking products: for example, checking account fees, miscellaneous fees, ATM and debit card charges, and monthly maintenance fees. Each project is carefully designed to meet your exact requirements.
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As the number of wealthy individuals in the world continues to grow, banks and non-banks are expanding their product lines to capture these profitable relationships. By using affluent in-person mystery shoppers, we are able to infiltrate your competition and capture the fees and product detail and collect the brochures they offer to the wealthy.
During these shops we also evaluate their sales techniques, pricing, office environment, and follow-up methods. Each shop is customized to meet your specifications.
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To remain the premier provider of information, Informa Research Services has taken competitive data collection to the next level by providing competitor collateral material whenever possible. By doing so, we create a complete reference library of collateral material that allows our clients to review the "fine print" of their competition's offerings.
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Using our in-person shoppers and a variety of other research techniques, we have created an elaborate system that allows us to pose as a business of any size. We track depository services, ACH, lockbox, ZBA, account reconciliation, sweeps, controlled disbursement, and Internet product offerings both locally and internationally. We have two certified cash managers on staff to supervise all aspects of the research.
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