Thank You for Visiting CBI’s National Banking Survey
The 2009 version of CBI’s National Banking Survey is now closed. Survey results are available in CBI’s 2009 Survey of Canadian Bank Pricing. For more information on this Survey Report click 2009 Survey Report. To return to CBI’s Home Page, click Home.
The 2010 version of CBI’s National Banking Survey will be activated in January 2010. The new version will update the 2009 survey to make it shorter and easier to complete. It will also include new questions to collect benchmarking information to answer questions like:
- Renewal pricing is up sharply. How much are the banks raising their prices and what services or products are the price increases largest?
- Are the banks characterizing their price increases as temporary or do these increases presage new base pricing for banking services?
- Is regional pricing a factor in bank pricing in Canada?
- How large does a company have to be before it encounters grid pricing?
- What services are included in pricing grids? What ratios are used to drive grid pricing? How wide are grid pricing tiers? How competitive is grid pricing?
- Does tendering make a substantive difference in bank pricing?
- How much does bank pricing vary from industry-to-industry?
CBI’s ability to answer these questions depends on survey participation. The more companies that participate in the Survey, the better the benchmarking data. The better the benchmarking data, the more useful the Survey results. If these are questions that you would like to see answered please return in January and spend a half hour helping CBI help you.
Thank you again for visiting CBI’s National Banking Survey.