After writing an account comparison between the Big 5 and the senior accounts they had to offer, I decided to make a series out of it and write comparisons on the different types of accounts these banks had to offer. Today I will be examining the premium chequing accounts the Big 5 has to offer.
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About a month ago I wrote an article concerning Scotiabank’s YouTube channel; my opinion on their channel was that they were able to get a lot said in their videos without dragging on the video. After browsing what they had to offer, I found they were able to offer various tips and information in an
A few weeks ago, BankNerd received an email from a reader, expressing their concern on senior chequing accounts. June informed us that she was interested in knowing which account was the best for seniors, and as such I have compiled a comparison of the senior chequing accounts available at the Big Five Banks. The list
According to the J.D. Power and Associated 2011 Canadian Retail Banking Customer Satisfaction Study, investments in customer facing systems and processes by the Big Five Banks and midsize banks have contributed to a substantial increase in overall customer satisfaction across Canada. TD Canada Trust has ranked the highest in overall customer satisfaction among the Big
According to data compiled by Bloomberg, five of Canada’s Big Six banks have made it into the world’s top 20 strongest banks, outperforming any other country. National Bank of Canada (NBC) left the pack being ranked third overall, followed by Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) in 4th place, Toronto Dominion Bank (TD) at 12th,
Over time banks adjust their hours to suite the needs of their customers. One perfect example is TD Canada Trust, they decided to add Sunday to their day of operations, allowing clients to bank any day of the week. With that said, RBC has revised their schedule as well. What is RBC’s new schedule? RBC
I came across a very interesting article on the Financial Post today, which revealed that the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) is getting ready to sell its struggling U.S. retail banking operations. There have been a string of losses from exposure to the residential real estate market, which has become a problem for RBC Bank,