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INDUSTRY SOLUTIONS




2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking
February 2012




FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:

Sarah Lenart
comScore, Inc.
(703) 234-8689
slenart@comscore.com

Nathan Frederiksen
comScore, Inc.
(703) 234-2686
nfrederiksen@comscore.com
comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking                                                February 2012




Executive Summary
In 2011, online banking continued to grow alongside advances in alternative digital channels. Improved
perceptions of the economy and increased customer engagement with a variety of online services fueled
improvements in satisfaction with financial institutions (FI) as a whole and their online banking websites.
While perceptions of the economy may have changed since, there continue to be unique opportunities
within the industry where usage across a number of innovative online services has not yet caught up with
consumer interest.


Bill pay continues to receive considerable attention across the industry, as banks increasingly try to grow
their engagement with customers using this service. Some consumers report concerns over security to be
a reason for their current unwillingness to pay bills online, with that concern actually growing in the past
year. Some of the more sophisticated bill pay services, such as E-Bills, Same Day Payments and Person-
to-Person Payments, have been well received by early adopters, but customer awareness remains low.


Online Personal Financial Management (PFM) represents another area of focus in the industry.
Customers are reporting higher awareness and usage rates of their own bank’s PFM functionality than
universally available Mint/Quicken Online offerings. However, there are discrepancies between PFM-
reported usage and actual visitation observed in the comScore behavioral panel, indicating that there is
still considerable variance in how broadly customers are defining PFM.


Social media continues to play a more prominent role in many financial institutions’ digital strategy. There
are numerous examples of FIs leveraging these channels to support marketing, sales and customer
service. Banks continue to have considerable opportunities to build out this area of their business.
Customer awareness of many of the leading banks’ social media presence is still relatively low.


Finally, mobile banking continues to be an extremely important area for banks as they evaluate their
marketing and channel strategies, as well as their digital investment priorities. The viability of the mobile
banking channel continues to grow in line with smartphone adoption and the proliferation of mobile
banking apps. The industry continues to invest heavily in developing new services and features for mobile
banking as banks continue to monitor trends and evaluate the best opportunities for them to strategically
invest or partner with key innovators in the space.




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Table of Contents


Executive Summary .................................................................................................................. 2

Online Banking Industry Snapshot .......................................................................................... 4

   Includes: Overview and Outlook on Online Banking



Online Banking Satisfaction..................................................................................................... 5

  Includes: Customer Satisfaction with Financial Institutions and Banking Websites, Online Engagement
                Satisfaction Metrics


Online Customer Engagement ................................................................................................. 8

  Includes: Customer Engagement with Online Services, Personal Financial Management, Bill Pay,
                Online Security


Social Networking ................................................................................................................... 16

  Includes: Awareness and Penetration of Social Networking Channels Among Financial Customers,
                Customer Motivations for Following Social Networking Channels


Mobile ...................................................................................................................................... 19

  Includes: Growth in Mobile Financial Usage, Engagement with Mobile Banking Channels,
                Demographics of Mobile Bankers


Conclusion .............................................................................................................................. 25


Methodology............................................................................................................................ 27




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comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking                                                                                          February 2012




 Online Banking Industry Snapshot
 Online banking continues to grow steadily for the top 10 banks following industry consolidation in 2009.
 Banking customer web visitation grew in the first quarter of 2011 across the top 10 online banks, major
 regional banks and credit unions. Both awareness and usage of mobile banking also showed steady
 growth. While the mobile channel seems poised for increased utilization within the industry, the traditional
 online channel appears to be healthy and stable. This report reviews several of the key customer trends
 across these two channels and provides some clear targets for banks to focus their resources and
 strategic investments.


 Overview and Outlook on Online Banking:
 The Internet Continues to be an Integral Part of Everyday Banking
 Online banking volumes across the top 10 banks grew to more than 65 million liquid deposit account
 (LDA) customers in Q1 2011. Liquid deposit account customers include users of checking, savings, and
 money market accounts, excluding certificates of deposit (CDs). Following consolidation activity in both
 2009 and 2010 among the top 10 banks, Q1 2011 online customer logins grew 7 percent year-over-year
 and 4 percent quarter-over-quarter. Since comScore began measuring online banking in 2004, the
 population among the top 10 banks has more than doubled. Currently, the top five banks as measured
 through Online LDA Customers are Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Chase, U.S. Bank and PNC.


                                                                                                                                                           65.2
                                                      Online LDA* Customers** (MM)                                                  60.9 60.6 61.1 62.4
                                                                                                                   59.1 57.9 58.4
                                                                                                            55.9
                                                                                                50.9 51.4
                                                                     47.3 46.9 47.3 48.2 48.6
                                                       43.8   45.4
                                             41.3 43.0
                            38.8 39.9 40.2
                     36.5
              34.2
       31.4
26.5




3Q04          1Q05          3Q05     1Q06        3Q06         1Q07       3Q07      1Q08         3Q08        1Q09       3Q09         1Q10     3Q10         1Q11
 Source: comScore, Banking Benchmarker


 *LDA customers include checking, savings, money market and high-yield savings account, but not CDs.
 **Includes customers of Bank of America, Capital One, Chase, Citibank, HSBC, ING Direct, PNC, SunTrust, U.S. Bank, Wachovia,
 and Wells Fargo.




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Online Banking Satisfaction
Customer Trends Point to Growing Satisfaction with Financial Institutions and Banking Websites
After fairly consistent declines in customer satisfaction over the last few years, financial institutions
benefitted from an overall improvement in economic outlook in early 2011. Banking satisfaction scores
rose slightly from 70 percent in 2010 to 71 percent in 2011, and brokerage satisfaction increased 3
percentage points to 67 percent over the same period. Credit cards achieved the highest increase in
overall satisfaction, growing 7 percentage points year-over-year after experiencing a 2-percentage point
decline in 2010.



                                               Satisfaction With Primary FI*
        100%

          80%           71%       70%      71%                              67%                           67%
                                                          62%      60%                        64%   64%
          60%

          40%

          20%

           0%
                                 Bank                         Credit Cards                      Brokerage

                                                   Q1 '09      Q1 '10       Q1 '11

Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey
*The satisfaction scores reflect the percentage of respondents that selected top two boxes.


Satisfaction scores for 3 of the top 5 online banks dipped from 2009 to 2010, but each saw a larger
increase in early 2011, bringing them back above 2009 levels. It will be interesting to see how these
scores are impacted in 2012 with continued economic uncertainty and the introduction – and quick
retraction – of debit card transaction fees introduced during the second half of 2011.


Following significant declines in satisfaction in 2010 after its acquisition of National City, PNC had an
exceptionally strong 14-percentage point increase to lead customer satisfaction among the top 5 banks,
with a 79-percent customer satisfaction rate. After a steep decline in 2010, Citibank also rebounded this
year, increasing its customer satisfaction by nearly 8 percentage points year-over-year. Chase exhibited a
similar trend and increased their customer satisfaction by almost 10 percentage points. At 62 percent,
Bank of America customers reported slightly lower satisfaction scores in 2011, but their satisfaction rating
has remained fairly stable over the last three years.




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                                             Customer Satisfaction with FI*^
  100%
                                                                                                    79%
    80%                                                      66%         70%         70%                   67% 70% 70%
               61% 63% 62%              62%         63%            60%                        57%
                                              55%
    60%
    40%
    20%
     0%
             Bank of America                Citibank              Chase                       PNC           Wells Fargo

                                                    Q1 '09     Q1 '10       Q1 '11

Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey
*The satisfaction scores reflect the percentage of respondents that selected top two boxes.
^2009 Bank satisfaction scores were averaged for banks that merged



Wells Fargo’s customer satisfaction also remained stable year-over-year – no small feat as they
continued to integrate Wachovia customers. While Wells Fargo did experience a slight decline in website
satisfaction, it is important to note that overall satisfaction remained high for the increasingly integrated
institution. As we dig deeper and explore satisfaction across key engagement metrics, Wells Fargo
demonstrates its strong performance with some of the highest satisfaction ratings across online servicing
functionality within the competitive set.



                                     Customer Satisfaction with FI's Website*^
       100%
                                                                                         79%
        80%         70%                   68%   72%                                68%68%                 70%68%67%
                       63%67%                59%
                                                              67%63%66%
        60%

        40%

        20%

          0%
                 Bank of America              Citibank            Chase                  PNC              Wells Fargo

                                                    Q1 '09     Q1 '10       Q1 '11

Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey
*The satisfaction scores reflect the percentage of respondents that selected top two boxes.
^2009 bank satisfaction scores were averaged for banks that merged




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Similar to overall customer satisfaction scores, website satisfaction scores trended upward across the
leading banks, with nearly 70 percent of customers satisfied with their financial institution’s website.
Satisfaction levels at the top 10 banks were nearly identical to those at the regional banks, at 68 percent
and 69 percent, respectively. The top 3 banks had average satisfaction levels, while PNC and ING had
the highest levels of website satisfaction among the top 10 banks, each at 79 percent. Among the
regional banks and credit unions, BB&T, Navy Federal, USAA and Key Bank customers reported the
highest website satisfaction levels.


Citibank experienced the highest year-over-year increase in website satisfaction (13 percentage points),
buoyed by high ratings across their individual online engagement metrics, particularly in the areas of site
speed, site outages, and alerts. Citi jumped from the last position in 2010 to the second position in 2011,
even before a site redesign in Q4 2011.


             Key Online Engagement                         Bank of          Wells
                                                                                         Citibank   Chase      PNC
               Satisfaction Metrics                        America          Fargo
  Organization of Online Interface                            55%            65%              61%    53%       62%
  Availability of Past Statements                             58%            66%              63%    57%       63%
  Bill Pay Interface Set-Up                                   59%            64%              61%    59%       55%
  Ease of Transferring Funds                                  58%            65%              58%    62%       60%
  Site Speed                                                  55%            66%              71%    57%       52%
  Lack of Frequency of Site Outages                           55%            67%              74%    62%       53%
  Ability to Link Accounts                                    52%            66%              64%    54%       59%
  Ability to get Account Alerts                               56%            63%              71%    58%       56%
Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey
*The satisfaction scores reflect the percentage of respondents that selected top two boxes.



Satisfaction with Bank of America’s website also increased year-over-year and was 5 percentage points
higher than its overall customer satisfaction ratings. In general, Bank of America’s ratings proved to be
more modest than other top banks in our exploration of satisfaction levels across key online engagement
metrics. However, only a small percentage of customers were unsatisfied. PNC showed a similar pattern,
and many of its ratings across the same set of metrics were less favorable than expected. Despite its first
place ranking in overall website satisfaction, PNC’s satisfaction ratings across specific areas of the site
were less consistent. While customers were pleased with the overall online experience, there appeared to
be room for improvement in the areas of site speed and site outages.




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Online Customer Engagement
Customers’ stated interest in some of the key online customer service features far outweighs their current
usage levels, indicating greater opportunity for banks to increase customer adoption. Account Activity
Alerts, such as personal e-mail or SMS notifications for transactions, have had the highest usage at 14
percent and continue to be attractive given their value to customers (not to mention how the growth in
mobile access increases customer access to alerts). Online Chat and Instant Messaging services were
less likely to be utilized by customers, perhaps because they are less widely available, but they remain an
attractive opportunity for banks given their potential impact on customer satisfaction and impact on
conversion.



                                          Interest and Use of Online Services
                        Identity Theft Services                                       30%
                                                           7%
            Credit Score Monitoring Service                                     24%
                                                           6%
                             Online Chat via PC                            21%
                                                           7%
                        Alerts via PC or Mobile                           20%
                                                                    14%                     Interest
           Personal Financial Management                                  19%
                                                               8%                           Use
                    Instant Messaging via PC                          18%
                                                           7%
                            Mobile Functionality                      18%
                                                          5%
                                                   Blog              16%
                                                          4%

Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey
* Percent Customer Penetration


Two of the more common security-based services offered through banks, identify theft and credit
monitoring services, represent areas of opportunity for banks to provide incremental value to consumers if
positioned appropriately. While both these services were of interest to a relatively high percentage of
customers, they currently experience only modest usage.


Personal Financial Management Penetration Remains Low
Another tool of interest to banks is Personal Financial Management (PFM). Despite a range of available
options and moderate awareness among customers, adoption of PFM tools offered by banks remains
quite low. For instance, only 12 percent of customers at Bank of America and 6 percent of customers at
Wells Fargo reported using the banks’ respective online PFM tools in Q1 2011, despite having half of the
customers at these banks aware of these tools. As PFM may require more involvement in setting up from
customers, these data suggest that further education on the functionality and usability of these tools may
be needed to increase customer engagement among those who are aware.



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                                           Consumer Visitation to PFM Tools
        3,000
                                                   2,496
        2,500
                                  1,886
        2,000

        1,500                                      12.1%
                                                                                           950
        1,000                     9.0%                                        748

          500                                                                              6.3%
                                                                              6.1%
            -
                                   BOA My Portfolio                             Wells Fargo

                                                      Q1 2010       Q1 2011

Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey


Although a moderate percentage of bank customers are aware of PFM tools, there continue to be a
significant number of those who remain unaware. Banks looking to encourage the adoption of their PFM
tools can also benefit from increasing promotion of PFM tools among customer segments more likely to
be unaware of their existence.



                                          Customer Awareness of PFM Tools
        100%
          80%
                                             60%                              63%
          60%          49%                                    51%
                                                                                              44%
                                                                    33%                             36%
          40%                 29%                  27%
                                                                                     19%
          20%
            0%
                   Bank of America          PNC Virtual    Wells Fargo My USAA Money    American
                     My Portfolio             Wallet         Spending      Manager   Express (Money
                                                               Report                   Manager)

                                                      Aware     Not Aware

Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey



In absolute terms, third-party PFM provider Mint/Quicken has the greatest number of current users;
however, they show low penetration across the entire online banking population. Interestingly, despite




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being available to all customers, Mint/Quicken Online had the lowest current usage rate and the highest
percentage of respondents reporting they were not aware of the existence of the service.


                                  Awareness of Mint/Quicken by All Online Banking
                                                    Customers



                                                   15%                       Aware
                                                            28%
                                                                             Not Aware

                                                                             N/A
                                                   58%



Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey




Bill Pay Activity Continues to Grow but Remains Fragmented
Today, nearly 66 percent of customers use online bill pay. After a 19 percent year-over-year increase in
2010, the online bill pay market growth slowed but still experienced a 2-percentage point increase in
2011.


                                                      Bill Pay Activity
            100%

              80%
                              56%
              60%                                          51%
                                                                                   44%
              40%
                                         21%                      16%                      21%
              20%

               0%
                             Bank Website            Credit Card Website      Third Party/Utility
                                                                                  Website

                                        Overall Bill Pay    Automatic/Recurring Bill Pay

Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey


Though online bill pay usage continues to grow, most consumers still have not consolidated their bill pay
at a single institution. Banks and third party providers, such as specific vendors, have had more success
than credit card issuers in getting customers to set up automatic/recurring bill payments. However,


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automatic/recurring bill pay still represents around a third to less than half of all bill pay activity across
these groups. This is an area sure to be a continued focus among banks as they strive to strengthen their
customers’ engagement with this service and increase customer switching costs.


Individually, banks attract the highest percentage of bill pay use, followed by credit cards, and third party
providers. However, a significant percentage of those that use their bank to pay bills also use their credit
card sites, a third party provider site, or both. As the diagram below illustrates, consumer bill pay activity
is often shared across these three provider types. 29 percent of bill payers (represented in the
intersection of all three diagram regions) pay bills across all three categories.




                                                           Bank
                                                          Website
                                                          (22%)

                                                    13%             4%

                                            Credit Card
                                                           29%
                                                                    Third Party
                                             Website                 Website
                                                            9%
                                              (12%)                   (11%)



Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey


The overlap within dual-channel usage was the highest among banks and credit cards at 13 percent,
followed by credit cards and third party providers at 9 percent. All told, a majority of bill payers continue to
use multiple providers and banks. For banks, investments in PFM or other key customer service tools
could aid in driving increased bill pay activity, consolidation, and loyalty.




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                                                   Barriers to Online Bill Pay
                                                           2010    2011
    60%

                   43%
    40%
             29%
                              25%
                           22%    21%
    20%                                       13% 14%13%
                                                               8% 11% 9% 10% 6% 8%                 7% 5%       6%
                                                                                                                    3%
     0%
              Security Like Monthly Not Primary       Concern   Too         Bill Pay    Account     Bills Not Transaction
              Concerns Reminder Bill Payer             About Complicated     Fees      Setup Too   Supported Processing
                                                      Available                          Long        by FI       Time
                                                       Funds


Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey


While 60 percent of customers use some form of bill pay across the different providers, there remains a
large group that has not yet adopted the service. Security continues to be the primary reason why online
bankers are not paying bills online. In fact, customers’ security concerns grew significantly year-over-year,
increasing by 14 percentage points, likely influenced by factors such as reports of security breaches. As
online security remains a key concern of customers, this should be adequately addressed in any digital
strategy. Consumers who were reluctant to use bill pay also indicated a preference to receive a monthly
reminder of the bill. All told, this suggests there are opportunities to better educate customers on bill pay
security and functionality. Progress has been made over the past year in abating concerns around
transaction processing time and the ability to pay, both of which have noticeably declined.



                       Awareness And Satisfaction of Advanced Bill Pay Services

                                                                     26%
       Person-to-Person Payments                                                       44%
                                                                                                           66%
                                                                                       43%
                Same Day Payments                                                       45%
                                                                                                                 72%
                                                                                        45%
                                    E-Bills                                               49%
                                                                                                               70%

                                Awareness            Penetration of Aware        User Satisfaction

Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey




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Awareness of advanced bill pay services such as E-Bills and Same Day Payments is fairly notable, with
the exception of Person-to-Person Payments. While more than 40 percent of online bankers were aware
of E-Bills and Same Day Payment services, only 26 percent were aware of Person-to-Person Payments.
All three advanced bill pay services enjoyed a relatively high rate of adoption of at least 44 percent
among customers aware of these services. More importantly, more than two-thirds of those utilizing each
service reported being very satisfied with their experience. With a strong conversion rate and high
satisfaction ratings, this could be an area of significant opportunity for banks looking to increase customer
engagement. The focus for banks seeking to increase advanced bill pay adoption should be to increase
customer awareness of these services, because these tend to be popular tools once adopted.


Online Security Remains a Key Concern
Security clearly remains an important element of any FI’s digital strategy. Despite tremendous work by FIs
over the past decade to improve online security, it continues to be top of mind for some consumers.
Education remains a strong influencer, with nearly a quarter of the market finding comfort in information
provided by the FI about their security policies. Security upgrades and improvements to authentication
processes that are properly communicated seem to have the greatest impact on improving consumer
sentiment.



                         Features Contributing to Improved Consumer Sentiment
                                       Regarding Online Security
       100%

        80%

        60%
                     38%      41%                  39%
        40%                                29%
                                                                  24%         27%
                                                           21%                        23%
                                                                                                         16%
        20%                                                                                      12%

          0%
                     Upgraded        FI asked security FI provides login        FI provided      Identity-theft
                    computer`s      questions for each customization via      information on    protection by FI
                  security software       log-on        picture or virtual   website security
                                                            keypad.

                                                         2010    2011

Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey




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Despite these positive trends, security remains a key concern for many customers, expressed by many of
those not engaging in services like bill pay or opening up new accounts online. However, customers still
reported feeling more secure on their FI’s website than on the Internet as a whole. General sentiment
indicated that security had either remained the same or improved. Only 6 percent of customers felt less
secure on their FI’s site in 2011 compared to last year, but that number was lower than the 12 percent
who felt less secure on the Internet as a whole.



                        Customers Who Felt As Secure or More Secure This Year*
          100%

           80%
                                            52%                                        47%
           60%

           40%
                                                                                       40%
                                            40%
           20%

                                             6%                                        12%
             0%
                                    On FI's Website                               On the Internet

                                    Less Secure (1-3)      Neutral       More Secure (5-7)

Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey
*Less Secure = responses 1-3; Neutral = response 5; More Secure = responses 5-7


While there are some good signs to be read in these details, banks must continue to focus on security,
especially as the industry evolves and customers engage with more dynamic financial services (i.e. PFM)
and channels (i.e. tablets and smartphones).


E-mail Remains an Effective Communication Channel
As more customers rely on online banking as their primary channel for managing accounts, e-mail
remains a low-cost, effective way to reach customers. Consumer recall is quite strong, with 48 percent of
consumers reporting they’ve received some form of e-mail communication from their primary FI in the last
six months. Specifically, consumers recalled receiving Paperless Statements (29 percent), Balance Alerts
(28 percent) and Bill Pay Alerts (25 percent) to be the most commonly promoted services via e-mail.




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                      Categories that Consumers Received E-mail Communication
                                              from FIs
          29%         28%
                                   25%
                                                   19%   19%
                                                                   16%       15%
                                                                                        11%
                                                                                                     8%          8%



       Sign up for   Balance      Bill Pay    Transfer   Online Notification Website   Overdraft Cross-sale Registering
        paperless     Alert        Alert       funds     feature of changes Changes    services    product     for online
       statements                             between enrollment to terms                        offers (e.g., access
                                              accounts   (alerts,      and                       credit card,
                                                         adding     conditions                   mortgage,
                                                       accounts or OR credit                      savings)
                                                       users, etc.) card APR



Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey


Respondents reported that offers to add accounts or cross-sell products, such as cards and mortgages,
were seen less frequently than service offerings. But the impact of receiving these e-mails to new account
opening activity is on the rise. While the response rate on offers to open a new account is still modest at 6
percent, it represents a doubling of last year’s rate. In fact, these e-mails are highly effective in increasing
customer awareness and engagement in other offerings, with 17 percent of recipients visiting the site to
get information on other products. Bank e-mail strategies certainly appear to remain an effective channel
to drive a certain level of awareness and engagement, and the year-over-year growth in consumer
response across most activity suggests continued channel effectiveness.


                     Action Taken After Receiving The Email                                2010                 2011

  Logged into an existing account to view balance                                          33%                  32%
  Paid a bill                                                                              21%                  23%
  Visited the website to check other products                                              14%                  17%
  Signed up for an online servicing feature (alerts, adding accounts, etc.)                12%                  13%
  Shopped for a new credit card/checking or savings account                                 4%                   4%
  Closed the account                                                                        3%                   3%
  Opened up a new account                                                                   3%                   6%

Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey




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Social Networking
Banks Are Increasing their Social Networking Presence and Capabilities, Consistent with the
Overall Financial Industry
In recent years, engagement with sites in the Social Networking category from FI customers has
exploded. In fact, financial customer visitation to top Social Networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter,
and LinkedIn saw 31 percent year-over-year growth, versus just 8 percent growth for those sites overall.
Along with such growth, financial institutions have joined other leading brands in leveraging the reach
offered by social networking by building out their social channels.



                                                   LDA Customer Visitation
                                                           (in Millions)
                                 81.4

               61.3



                                                                 24.4                          20.2
                                                    20.0
                                                                             15.7



                    Facebook                            Twitter                     LinkedIn
                                                    Q1 2010     Q1 2011

Source: comScore Custom Analytics



Despite increased social networking activity among FIs, customers are still relatively unaware of financial
institutions’ use of these sites. Among consumers engaged in social networking, only 18 percent were
aware that their FIs had a presence in the social networking space. More than half (59 percent) of
customers were unaware and 24 percent were unsure.




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                            Awareness of FI's Presence on Social Networking Sites
     100%
       80%
                                                                 59%
       60%
       40%
                                                                                           24%
                                18%
       20%
         0%
                                 Yes                             No                       Unsure


Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey


Higher penetration rates for social networking among FIs may also be attributed to initiatives aimed at
increasing customer engagement through dialogue, user-content campaigns, and sweepstakes.
Furthermore, institutions are increasingly using social networking sites, particularly their Twitter accounts,
as a customer service tool to address issues quickly and enhance customer relations, leading to greater
following among customers.



               Reasons Why Customers Follow Their FI on Social Networking Sites
100%

  80%

  60%
               38%             35%             35%
  40%                                                                                                30%
                                                       17%             16%     14%
  20%
                                                                                          6%
    0%
               Retail      Credit card Online         Online       Online  Charitable Credit help   None of
               offers        offers    shopping      account      Customer donations or financial    these
                                        offers       servicing     Service              advice
                                                       tips



Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey



Promotions were seen as the most attractive way to entice customers to follow and engage with their FI
on social networking sites. Nearly 17 percent of respondents were interested in online customer service
for their checking/savings/card accounts, and 14 percent noted charitable donation programs by FIs as a




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way to drive digital engagement with an FI. One such example is Chase Community Giving, run by JP
Morgan Chase, which encouraged Facebook fans to partake in the bank’s charitable giving program by
voting for charities to receive Chase grants. Only 6 percent noted credit help or financial advice as a
reason to follow their FI.




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Mobile
Mobile Financial Users Represent 16 Percent of the U.S. Mobile Audience
Mobile continues to grow in popularity as a channel for acquiring financial information and account
servicing. In Q2 2011, 16 percent of the total U.S. mobile audience of 234 million users indicated that they
conducted some type of financial-related activity from their mobile device in the past month. The vast
majority of these financial users are mobile bankers, defined as consumers who accessed information
specifically related to banking services. The number of mobile users who access banking information is
considerably higher than those who utilized their mobile phone for other financial services related to credit
cards, auto/property insurance, or stocks/mutual funds.



  Total U.S. Mobile Universe: 234 MM
                                                                                                                       % of Total U.S. Mobile Universe

                                     Mobile Financial User: 36.7 MM                                                                                     16%
                                     (accessed either banking, credit
                                     card, insurance or brokerage information
                                     from a mobile device in the past month*)



                                 Mobile Banking User: 32.5 MM                                                                                         14%
                                 (accessed banking information from a mobile
                                 device in the past month*)

                                 Mobile Credit Card User: 18.4 MM                                                                               8%
                                 (accessed credit card information from a mobile
                                 device in the past month*)

                                 Mobile Insurance User: 7.2 MM                                                                 3%
                                 (accessed auto or property insurance information
                                 from a mobile device*)

                                Mobile Brokerage User: 9.6 MM                                                                     4%
                                (accessed brokerage/stock information from a
                                mobile device*)
                                                                                                                  0%                            10%         20%
      Source: MobiLens ™ : 3-mth rolling average ending June 2011
      *Data also includes those who used text messaging to engage with financial institutions and as well as those who received tex t alerts.

Source: comScore MobiLens, 3 month average ending June 2011
*Data also includes those who used text messaging to engage with financial institutions and as well as those who received text
alerts.



This population of mobile bankers is larger than any other group within the mobile financial sector, having
grown at a rapid pace (up 30 percent from nearly a year ago). There was a similarly notable increase in
the number of mobile credit card users in Q2 2011 as well. This may be driven in part by the recent
infusion of mobile apps into the market, allowing for access to both banking and card accounts associated
with a single financial institution.




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comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking                                                                                                       February 2012




                                                                             Growth in Mobile Usage within the Financial Industry
                                                                                                     (Millions)
                                                                               Mobile Financial Users               Mobile Banking Users                 Q/Q
                                                                               Mobile Credit Card Users             Mobile Insurance Users              Change

                              40                                               Mobile Brokerage Users                              36.7                   +9%
 Unique Audience (Millions)




                                                                                                             33.6
                                                                      28.8                30.3                                             Banking        +9%
                              30                                                                                                   32.5
                                                                                                              29.8
                                                                      25.0                 26.8
                                                                                                                                   18.4
                              20                                                                             16.2                         Credit Card +14%
                                                                      14.6                 14.9

                                                                                           8.7                8.9                   9.6 Insurance         +8%
                              10                                      8.7
                                                                                                                                           Brokerage     +16%
                                                                                           6.0                6.2                   7.2
                                                                      5.9
                               0
                                                                  Sept - 10             Dec - 10          Mar - 11              Jun - 11

Source: comScore MobiLens, 3 month averages
*Data includes both customers and prospects who have utilized a browser, app or SMS in the prior month.



In addition, the widespread adoption of smartphones among mobile users allows for a more user-friendly
web-browsing experience and significantly greater access to apps associated with bank accounts. In Q2
2011, 33.5 percent of all mobile users owned a smartphone, enabling greater mobile media consumption
and access to bank accounts while on-the-go. By November 2011, this percentage grew to 39.1 percent.


                                                                               U.S. Smartphone Penetration Trend by Platform
                                                               45.0
                                                               40.0
                                   % of U.S. Mobile Audience




                                                               35.0
                                                               30.0
                                                               25.0
                                                               20.0
                                                               15.0
                                                               10.0
                                                                5.0
                                                                0.0
                                                                Jun-2010       Sep-2010      Dec-2010     Mar-2011       Jun-2011         Sep-2011

                                                                               Google     Apple    RIM    Microsoft      Symbian     Palm
                              Source: comScore MobiLens, 3 month averages




                                                                                                                                                             PAGE 20
comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking                                                                   February 2012




Browser Use Remains Strong but App Usage among Mobile Bankers Has Increased Dramatically
Mobile banking users engage with financial institutions from their device via three primary methods –
through a mobile browser, an app, or text messaging (SMS) and text alerts. Browser usage continues to
be the dominant channel used to access banking-related services from a mobile device, likely due to the
fact that both smartphone and feature phone owners have the ability to access the Internet from their
device using a browser. Furthermore, some smartphone owners still remain uncomfortable or are
unfamiliar with available financial services apps in the marketplace and how to effectively utilize these
from their devices. To this end, continuing to educate – or even incentivizing – customers to use mobile
apps is increasingly important for financial institutions who want their customers to be able to engage
anytime and anywhere.



                                          Growth in Browser Usage Among Mobile Financial Users
                                                                       (Millions)
                                                                                                                   Q/Q
                                                   Mobile Banking Users             Mobile Credit Card Users      Change
                                  20
                                                                                                          17.6     +8%
     Unique Audience (Millions)




                                                               15.4                    16.3
                                          15.0
                                  15

                                                                                                                   +12%
                                  10
                                                                                                          10.4
                                          8.8                  8.9                     9.3
                                   5


                                   0
                                       Sept - 10            Dec - 10                Mar - 11           Jun - 11

Source: comScore MobiLens, 3 month average ending June 2011
*Data includes both customers and prospects



While not utilized by as many mobile bankers, banking app usage has risen significantly over the past
several quarters, up 74 percent from nearly a year ago. App usage among mobile credit card users has
also increased considerably in that time, up 58 percent.




                                                                                                                         PAGE 21
comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking                                                                                 February 2012




                                               Growth in App Usage Among Mobile Financial Users
                                                                             (Millions)
                                                                                                                              Q/Q
                                                    Mobile Banking Users                  Mobile Credit Card Users
                                                                                                                             Change
                                15                                                                          13.7
   Unique Audience (Millions)




                                                                                                                               +20%
                                                                                      11.4
                                10                               8.7
                                            7.3
                                                                                                             6.3               +24%
                                                                                          5.1
                                 5          3.8                  4.2



                                 0
                                        Sept - 10           Dec - 10               Mar - 11              Jun - 11
Source: comScore MobiLens, 3 month average ending June 2011
*Data includes both customers and prospects



As more customers adopt mobile servicing behaviors, it becomes increasingly important for banking
institutions to invest in their mobile channel. A significant percentage of mobile bankers are extremely
engaged, with nearly three-quarters indicating that they interact with a bank from their mobile device at
least once a week. This level of engagement closely mirrors usage frequencies that we see with account
servicing via a desktop or laptop computer. As client servicing via the mobile channel becomes a regular
mode of contact for highly-engaged mobile financial users, it is critical for banks to ensure that they are
providing a user-friendly mobile experience that meets their customer needs. Falling short of their
expectations may result in a negative impact on brand perception or even customer attrition.


                                                      Frequency of Channel Usage for Banking
                                       Every Day                       At Least Once Per Week         At Least Once Per Month
                                       At Least Every 3 Months         Every 4-6 Months               Every 7-12 Months
                                         3%                                                     7%                      7%
                                                                  9%                                                    7%
                                        21%                                                                             6%
                                                                 19%                            31%                    15%

                                        56%                      52%                                                   42%
                                                                                                41%


                                        19%                      17%                            18%                    22%

                                Accessed account from Accessed account from a Accessed account from a          Clicked on link in text
                                     PC/laptop            mobile browser            mobile app                       message


Source: comScore Financial Services MobiLens Re-Contact Survey (Apr – Jun 2011)



                                                                                                                                         PAGE 22
comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking                                                     February 2012




In addition to generally being highly engaged users, those who utilize a mobile device for their banking-
related needs tend to be younger and more affluent. In fact, 3 out of every 5 mobile bankers are between
the ages of 18-34, more than double the percentage of those who do not take advantage of mobile
banking offerings represented by this demographic. Mobile bankers are also twice as likely to have a
household income of $100K or more than non-users (31 percent vs. 15 percent).


                                           Demographics of Mobile Bankers
                                     Age                                          Household Income
                                                                     Less than $40k           $40k-$74,999
       18-34         35-44         45-54           55-64   65+       $75k - $99,999           $100k or More
    100%                                                         100%
                         8%                         16%                                           15%

                        12%                                                       31%
     80%                                                         80%
                                                    17%                                           14%

                        17%
     60%                                                         60%              18%
                                                    21%
                                                                                                  35%

     40%                                                         40%
                                                    18%                           27%
                        59%
     20%                                                         20%                              36%
                                                    28%                           24%

       0%                                                         0%
                  Mobile Banker          Not a Mobile Banker               Mobile Banker   Not a Mobile Banker

Source: comScore Financial Services MobiLens Re-Contact Survey (Apr – Jun 2011)


Despite Growing Importance with Customers, Awareness of Mobile Banking Features Lagging
Across the spectrum of mobile banking features available to customers, awareness is limited to slightly
more than half of all smartphone owners with a bank account. Even among those who are aware of
mobile banking functionality, awareness is twice as high as actual adoption, indicating an area of
opportunity for banks to continue educating customers on mobile banking services and understand what
might be hindering adoption. Not surprisingly, the banking activities conducted most often from a mobile
device are checking balances and viewing transactions – both fairly basic account monitoring functions
that lend themselves well to mobile use.




                                                                                                           PAGE 23
comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking                                                     February 2012




                           Awareness and Utilization of Mobile Banking Offerings
                                                   (Among Smartphone Owners)

                                                                                                             57%
                 Checking my balance
                                                                                        32%
                                                                                                    48%
                  Viewing transactions
                                                                         23%
                                                                                               45%
                 Receiving bank alerts
                                                                 16%
                                                                                               45%
           Finding nearest bank/ATM
                                                                 16%
                                                                                              43%
                               Paying bills
                                                                 16%
                                                                                              43%
                    Transferring money
                                                                 15%
                                                                                   29%
         Depositing checks remotely
                                                        5%
                                                                                  27%
 Editing bank account preferences
                                                         6%
                  % Aware of Mobile Banking Features               % Utilizing Mobile Banking Features

Source: comScore Financial Services MobiLens Re-Contact Survey (Apr – Jun 2011)

Looking ahead, it will be important to address some of the key inhibitors to mobile channel adoption and
usage. There continue to be barriers to smartphone adoption, such as the cost of phones and data plan
ownership, as well as mobile banking obstacles, such as negative perceptions around the security of
account servicing via mobile devices. However, as more affordable smartphones reach the market and
consumer security concerns abate over time, industry trends point towards wider adoption as we expect
smartphone penetration to surpass the 50 percent threshold in 2012. As financial institutions continue to
address security concerns and make strategic investments to expand user functionality and improve
customer experience, mobile banking should benefit from these underlying growth trends.




                                                                                                           PAGE 24
comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking                                                       February 2012




Conclusion
In 2011, online and mobile banking experienced substantial growth as adoption of these digital channels
grew in conjunction with significant investments made by financial institutions to develop their presence
on these platforms. Online banking continued to enjoy steady adoption and increased satisfaction rates
across the board. While it does not yet have the penetration of online banking, mobile banking is poised
for further growth in 2012 as customers increasingly incorporate mobile behaviors into their daily routines
and financial institutions continue to develop their mobile assets.


Along with the significant digital advances seen by the financial services industry in 2011, there continue
to be opportunities for financial firms to grow even further in this space:


         As online and mobile banking grow in adoption, building a positive customer experience
          becomes more important. As more financial customers shift to using online and mobile banking
          channels more frequently, it is critical for financial institutions to offer a reliable, secure, and user-
          friendly experience. Just as improvements to website features have a positive impact on
          customer satisfaction measures, enhancements to mobile usability have the potential to bolster
          the FI brand and encourage greater adoption of customer services.


         Key online customer service features are underutilized despite notable levels of
          awareness. Nearly 1 in 5 online banking users show an interest in online customer service
          features such as Identity Theft Services and Personal Financial Management. However, with the
          exception of Alerts, less than 10 percent of the online banking audience utilizes these features.
          Similarly, while 60 percent of financial customers use some form of online bill pay, there is still a
          sizeable percentage of customers who aren’t doing so. Barriers, such as concerns over security
          and lack of awareness, appear to be hindering adoption of these online features. The
          underutilization of valuable features represents a challenge and an opportunity for banks.


         Financial institutions have embraced social media but have yet to reach a critical mass on
          this channel. As social networking continues to become an integral part of the online user
          experience, financial institutions are exploring ways of utilizing this channel to connect with their
          customers and support brand-building and other marketing initiatives. However, among
          consumers engaging in social networking, less than 20 percent are aware that their FI can be
          found on social channels. As financial institutions expand their digital marketing strategies, they
          should look to solidify their penetration of their social audience to benefit from the brand-building
          and engagement capabilities of this channel.




                                                                                                             PAGE 25
comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking                                                   February 2012




         As smartphones go mainstream, mobile banking is poised to grow even further. Mobile
          banking continues to be an important area of focus for financial institutions, especially as more
          financial customers adopt mobile browsing behaviors. In 2011, banks invested in developing
          mobile apps, which helped mobile banking see increased adoption. As consumers become more
          accustomed to incorporating the use of mobile devices and tablets to perform banking
          transactions such as transferring money, paying bills, finding the nearest bank or ATM locations,
          and receiving account alerts, there is potential for this channel to grow even further in 2012.




                                                                                                         PAGE 26
comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking                                               February 2012




Methodology
The comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking report provides a comprehensive review of the
digital banking industry through the use of both the computer-based online and emerging mobile
channels. The report emphasizes key trends in customer behaviors, attitudes, satisfaction, service usage
and mobile adoption to provide an inclusive look at the digital banking space. The insights provided within
this report are based on a survey of more than 2,000 U.S. Internet users and are supplemented by
comScore’s behavioral panel of over 1 million U.S. Internet users and survey data from the Mobile
Financial Services Advisor report.


In order to demonstrate shifts in the online banking industry, the findings from this study are compared to
results from previously-published comScore reports from the following time periods.



                      Dates Survey Conducted               Number of Respondents

                          Feb 26 – March 2, 2009                       4,846

                          March 23 – April 9, 2010                     2,576

                        March 16 – March 25, 2011                      2,022




                                                                                                     PAGE 27
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ComScore Online & Mobile Banking

  • 1. INDUSTRY SOLUTIONS 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT: Sarah Lenart comScore, Inc. (703) 234-8689 slenart@comscore.com Nathan Frederiksen comScore, Inc. (703) 234-2686 nfrederiksen@comscore.com
  • 2. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 Executive Summary In 2011, online banking continued to grow alongside advances in alternative digital channels. Improved perceptions of the economy and increased customer engagement with a variety of online services fueled improvements in satisfaction with financial institutions (FI) as a whole and their online banking websites. While perceptions of the economy may have changed since, there continue to be unique opportunities within the industry where usage across a number of innovative online services has not yet caught up with consumer interest. Bill pay continues to receive considerable attention across the industry, as banks increasingly try to grow their engagement with customers using this service. Some consumers report concerns over security to be a reason for their current unwillingness to pay bills online, with that concern actually growing in the past year. Some of the more sophisticated bill pay services, such as E-Bills, Same Day Payments and Person- to-Person Payments, have been well received by early adopters, but customer awareness remains low. Online Personal Financial Management (PFM) represents another area of focus in the industry. Customers are reporting higher awareness and usage rates of their own bank’s PFM functionality than universally available Mint/Quicken Online offerings. However, there are discrepancies between PFM- reported usage and actual visitation observed in the comScore behavioral panel, indicating that there is still considerable variance in how broadly customers are defining PFM. Social media continues to play a more prominent role in many financial institutions’ digital strategy. There are numerous examples of FIs leveraging these channels to support marketing, sales and customer service. Banks continue to have considerable opportunities to build out this area of their business. Customer awareness of many of the leading banks’ social media presence is still relatively low. Finally, mobile banking continues to be an extremely important area for banks as they evaluate their marketing and channel strategies, as well as their digital investment priorities. The viability of the mobile banking channel continues to grow in line with smartphone adoption and the proliferation of mobile banking apps. The industry continues to invest heavily in developing new services and features for mobile banking as banks continue to monitor trends and evaluate the best opportunities for them to strategically invest or partner with key innovators in the space. PAGE 2
  • 3. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 Table of Contents Executive Summary .................................................................................................................. 2 Online Banking Industry Snapshot .......................................................................................... 4 Includes: Overview and Outlook on Online Banking Online Banking Satisfaction..................................................................................................... 5 Includes: Customer Satisfaction with Financial Institutions and Banking Websites, Online Engagement Satisfaction Metrics Online Customer Engagement ................................................................................................. 8 Includes: Customer Engagement with Online Services, Personal Financial Management, Bill Pay, Online Security Social Networking ................................................................................................................... 16 Includes: Awareness and Penetration of Social Networking Channels Among Financial Customers, Customer Motivations for Following Social Networking Channels Mobile ...................................................................................................................................... 19 Includes: Growth in Mobile Financial Usage, Engagement with Mobile Banking Channels, Demographics of Mobile Bankers Conclusion .............................................................................................................................. 25 Methodology............................................................................................................................ 27 PAGE 3
  • 4. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 Online Banking Industry Snapshot Online banking continues to grow steadily for the top 10 banks following industry consolidation in 2009. Banking customer web visitation grew in the first quarter of 2011 across the top 10 online banks, major regional banks and credit unions. Both awareness and usage of mobile banking also showed steady growth. While the mobile channel seems poised for increased utilization within the industry, the traditional online channel appears to be healthy and stable. This report reviews several of the key customer trends across these two channels and provides some clear targets for banks to focus their resources and strategic investments. Overview and Outlook on Online Banking: The Internet Continues to be an Integral Part of Everyday Banking Online banking volumes across the top 10 banks grew to more than 65 million liquid deposit account (LDA) customers in Q1 2011. Liquid deposit account customers include users of checking, savings, and money market accounts, excluding certificates of deposit (CDs). Following consolidation activity in both 2009 and 2010 among the top 10 banks, Q1 2011 online customer logins grew 7 percent year-over-year and 4 percent quarter-over-quarter. Since comScore began measuring online banking in 2004, the population among the top 10 banks has more than doubled. Currently, the top five banks as measured through Online LDA Customers are Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Chase, U.S. Bank and PNC. 65.2 Online LDA* Customers** (MM) 60.9 60.6 61.1 62.4 59.1 57.9 58.4 55.9 50.9 51.4 47.3 46.9 47.3 48.2 48.6 43.8 45.4 41.3 43.0 38.8 39.9 40.2 36.5 34.2 31.4 26.5 3Q04 1Q05 3Q05 1Q06 3Q06 1Q07 3Q07 1Q08 3Q08 1Q09 3Q09 1Q10 3Q10 1Q11 Source: comScore, Banking Benchmarker *LDA customers include checking, savings, money market and high-yield savings account, but not CDs. **Includes customers of Bank of America, Capital One, Chase, Citibank, HSBC, ING Direct, PNC, SunTrust, U.S. Bank, Wachovia, and Wells Fargo. PAGE 4
  • 5. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 Online Banking Satisfaction Customer Trends Point to Growing Satisfaction with Financial Institutions and Banking Websites After fairly consistent declines in customer satisfaction over the last few years, financial institutions benefitted from an overall improvement in economic outlook in early 2011. Banking satisfaction scores rose slightly from 70 percent in 2010 to 71 percent in 2011, and brokerage satisfaction increased 3 percentage points to 67 percent over the same period. Credit cards achieved the highest increase in overall satisfaction, growing 7 percentage points year-over-year after experiencing a 2-percentage point decline in 2010. Satisfaction With Primary FI* 100% 80% 71% 70% 71% 67% 67% 62% 60% 64% 64% 60% 40% 20% 0% Bank Credit Cards Brokerage Q1 '09 Q1 '10 Q1 '11 Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey *The satisfaction scores reflect the percentage of respondents that selected top two boxes. Satisfaction scores for 3 of the top 5 online banks dipped from 2009 to 2010, but each saw a larger increase in early 2011, bringing them back above 2009 levels. It will be interesting to see how these scores are impacted in 2012 with continued economic uncertainty and the introduction – and quick retraction – of debit card transaction fees introduced during the second half of 2011. Following significant declines in satisfaction in 2010 after its acquisition of National City, PNC had an exceptionally strong 14-percentage point increase to lead customer satisfaction among the top 5 banks, with a 79-percent customer satisfaction rate. After a steep decline in 2010, Citibank also rebounded this year, increasing its customer satisfaction by nearly 8 percentage points year-over-year. Chase exhibited a similar trend and increased their customer satisfaction by almost 10 percentage points. At 62 percent, Bank of America customers reported slightly lower satisfaction scores in 2011, but their satisfaction rating has remained fairly stable over the last three years. PAGE 5
  • 6. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 Customer Satisfaction with FI*^ 100% 79% 80% 66% 70% 70% 67% 70% 70% 61% 63% 62% 62% 63% 60% 57% 55% 60% 40% 20% 0% Bank of America Citibank Chase PNC Wells Fargo Q1 '09 Q1 '10 Q1 '11 Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey *The satisfaction scores reflect the percentage of respondents that selected top two boxes. ^2009 Bank satisfaction scores were averaged for banks that merged Wells Fargo’s customer satisfaction also remained stable year-over-year – no small feat as they continued to integrate Wachovia customers. While Wells Fargo did experience a slight decline in website satisfaction, it is important to note that overall satisfaction remained high for the increasingly integrated institution. As we dig deeper and explore satisfaction across key engagement metrics, Wells Fargo demonstrates its strong performance with some of the highest satisfaction ratings across online servicing functionality within the competitive set. Customer Satisfaction with FI's Website*^ 100% 79% 80% 70% 68% 72% 68%68% 70%68%67% 63%67% 59% 67%63%66% 60% 40% 20% 0% Bank of America Citibank Chase PNC Wells Fargo Q1 '09 Q1 '10 Q1 '11 Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey *The satisfaction scores reflect the percentage of respondents that selected top two boxes. ^2009 bank satisfaction scores were averaged for banks that merged PAGE 6
  • 7. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 Similar to overall customer satisfaction scores, website satisfaction scores trended upward across the leading banks, with nearly 70 percent of customers satisfied with their financial institution’s website. Satisfaction levels at the top 10 banks were nearly identical to those at the regional banks, at 68 percent and 69 percent, respectively. The top 3 banks had average satisfaction levels, while PNC and ING had the highest levels of website satisfaction among the top 10 banks, each at 79 percent. Among the regional banks and credit unions, BB&T, Navy Federal, USAA and Key Bank customers reported the highest website satisfaction levels. Citibank experienced the highest year-over-year increase in website satisfaction (13 percentage points), buoyed by high ratings across their individual online engagement metrics, particularly in the areas of site speed, site outages, and alerts. Citi jumped from the last position in 2010 to the second position in 2011, even before a site redesign in Q4 2011. Key Online Engagement Bank of Wells Citibank Chase PNC Satisfaction Metrics America Fargo Organization of Online Interface 55% 65% 61% 53% 62% Availability of Past Statements 58% 66% 63% 57% 63% Bill Pay Interface Set-Up 59% 64% 61% 59% 55% Ease of Transferring Funds 58% 65% 58% 62% 60% Site Speed 55% 66% 71% 57% 52% Lack of Frequency of Site Outages 55% 67% 74% 62% 53% Ability to Link Accounts 52% 66% 64% 54% 59% Ability to get Account Alerts 56% 63% 71% 58% 56% Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey *The satisfaction scores reflect the percentage of respondents that selected top two boxes. Satisfaction with Bank of America’s website also increased year-over-year and was 5 percentage points higher than its overall customer satisfaction ratings. In general, Bank of America’s ratings proved to be more modest than other top banks in our exploration of satisfaction levels across key online engagement metrics. However, only a small percentage of customers were unsatisfied. PNC showed a similar pattern, and many of its ratings across the same set of metrics were less favorable than expected. Despite its first place ranking in overall website satisfaction, PNC’s satisfaction ratings across specific areas of the site were less consistent. While customers were pleased with the overall online experience, there appeared to be room for improvement in the areas of site speed and site outages. PAGE 7
  • 8. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 Online Customer Engagement Customers’ stated interest in some of the key online customer service features far outweighs their current usage levels, indicating greater opportunity for banks to increase customer adoption. Account Activity Alerts, such as personal e-mail or SMS notifications for transactions, have had the highest usage at 14 percent and continue to be attractive given their value to customers (not to mention how the growth in mobile access increases customer access to alerts). Online Chat and Instant Messaging services were less likely to be utilized by customers, perhaps because they are less widely available, but they remain an attractive opportunity for banks given their potential impact on customer satisfaction and impact on conversion. Interest and Use of Online Services Identity Theft Services 30% 7% Credit Score Monitoring Service 24% 6% Online Chat via PC 21% 7% Alerts via PC or Mobile 20% 14% Interest Personal Financial Management 19% 8% Use Instant Messaging via PC 18% 7% Mobile Functionality 18% 5% Blog 16% 4% Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey * Percent Customer Penetration Two of the more common security-based services offered through banks, identify theft and credit monitoring services, represent areas of opportunity for banks to provide incremental value to consumers if positioned appropriately. While both these services were of interest to a relatively high percentage of customers, they currently experience only modest usage. Personal Financial Management Penetration Remains Low Another tool of interest to banks is Personal Financial Management (PFM). Despite a range of available options and moderate awareness among customers, adoption of PFM tools offered by banks remains quite low. For instance, only 12 percent of customers at Bank of America and 6 percent of customers at Wells Fargo reported using the banks’ respective online PFM tools in Q1 2011, despite having half of the customers at these banks aware of these tools. As PFM may require more involvement in setting up from customers, these data suggest that further education on the functionality and usability of these tools may be needed to increase customer engagement among those who are aware. PAGE 8
  • 9. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 Consumer Visitation to PFM Tools 3,000 2,496 2,500 1,886 2,000 1,500 12.1% 950 1,000 9.0% 748 500 6.3% 6.1% - BOA My Portfolio Wells Fargo Q1 2010 Q1 2011 Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey Although a moderate percentage of bank customers are aware of PFM tools, there continue to be a significant number of those who remain unaware. Banks looking to encourage the adoption of their PFM tools can also benefit from increasing promotion of PFM tools among customer segments more likely to be unaware of their existence. Customer Awareness of PFM Tools 100% 80% 60% 63% 60% 49% 51% 44% 33% 36% 40% 29% 27% 19% 20% 0% Bank of America PNC Virtual Wells Fargo My USAA Money American My Portfolio Wallet Spending Manager Express (Money Report Manager) Aware Not Aware Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey In absolute terms, third-party PFM provider Mint/Quicken has the greatest number of current users; however, they show low penetration across the entire online banking population. Interestingly, despite PAGE 9
  • 10. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 being available to all customers, Mint/Quicken Online had the lowest current usage rate and the highest percentage of respondents reporting they were not aware of the existence of the service. Awareness of Mint/Quicken by All Online Banking Customers 15% Aware 28% Not Aware N/A 58% Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey Bill Pay Activity Continues to Grow but Remains Fragmented Today, nearly 66 percent of customers use online bill pay. After a 19 percent year-over-year increase in 2010, the online bill pay market growth slowed but still experienced a 2-percentage point increase in 2011. Bill Pay Activity 100% 80% 56% 60% 51% 44% 40% 21% 16% 21% 20% 0% Bank Website Credit Card Website Third Party/Utility Website Overall Bill Pay Automatic/Recurring Bill Pay Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey Though online bill pay usage continues to grow, most consumers still have not consolidated their bill pay at a single institution. Banks and third party providers, such as specific vendors, have had more success than credit card issuers in getting customers to set up automatic/recurring bill payments. However, PAGE 10
  • 11. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 automatic/recurring bill pay still represents around a third to less than half of all bill pay activity across these groups. This is an area sure to be a continued focus among banks as they strive to strengthen their customers’ engagement with this service and increase customer switching costs. Individually, banks attract the highest percentage of bill pay use, followed by credit cards, and third party providers. However, a significant percentage of those that use their bank to pay bills also use their credit card sites, a third party provider site, or both. As the diagram below illustrates, consumer bill pay activity is often shared across these three provider types. 29 percent of bill payers (represented in the intersection of all three diagram regions) pay bills across all three categories. Bank Website (22%) 13% 4% Credit Card 29% Third Party Website Website 9% (12%) (11%) Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey The overlap within dual-channel usage was the highest among banks and credit cards at 13 percent, followed by credit cards and third party providers at 9 percent. All told, a majority of bill payers continue to use multiple providers and banks. For banks, investments in PFM or other key customer service tools could aid in driving increased bill pay activity, consolidation, and loyalty. PAGE 11
  • 12. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 Barriers to Online Bill Pay 2010 2011 60% 43% 40% 29% 25% 22% 21% 20% 13% 14%13% 8% 11% 9% 10% 6% 8% 7% 5% 6% 3% 0% Security Like Monthly Not Primary Concern Too Bill Pay Account Bills Not Transaction Concerns Reminder Bill Payer About Complicated Fees Setup Too Supported Processing Available Long by FI Time Funds Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey While 60 percent of customers use some form of bill pay across the different providers, there remains a large group that has not yet adopted the service. Security continues to be the primary reason why online bankers are not paying bills online. In fact, customers’ security concerns grew significantly year-over-year, increasing by 14 percentage points, likely influenced by factors such as reports of security breaches. As online security remains a key concern of customers, this should be adequately addressed in any digital strategy. Consumers who were reluctant to use bill pay also indicated a preference to receive a monthly reminder of the bill. All told, this suggests there are opportunities to better educate customers on bill pay security and functionality. Progress has been made over the past year in abating concerns around transaction processing time and the ability to pay, both of which have noticeably declined. Awareness And Satisfaction of Advanced Bill Pay Services 26% Person-to-Person Payments 44% 66% 43% Same Day Payments 45% 72% 45% E-Bills 49% 70% Awareness Penetration of Aware User Satisfaction Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey PAGE 12
  • 13. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 Awareness of advanced bill pay services such as E-Bills and Same Day Payments is fairly notable, with the exception of Person-to-Person Payments. While more than 40 percent of online bankers were aware of E-Bills and Same Day Payment services, only 26 percent were aware of Person-to-Person Payments. All three advanced bill pay services enjoyed a relatively high rate of adoption of at least 44 percent among customers aware of these services. More importantly, more than two-thirds of those utilizing each service reported being very satisfied with their experience. With a strong conversion rate and high satisfaction ratings, this could be an area of significant opportunity for banks looking to increase customer engagement. The focus for banks seeking to increase advanced bill pay adoption should be to increase customer awareness of these services, because these tend to be popular tools once adopted. Online Security Remains a Key Concern Security clearly remains an important element of any FI’s digital strategy. Despite tremendous work by FIs over the past decade to improve online security, it continues to be top of mind for some consumers. Education remains a strong influencer, with nearly a quarter of the market finding comfort in information provided by the FI about their security policies. Security upgrades and improvements to authentication processes that are properly communicated seem to have the greatest impact on improving consumer sentiment. Features Contributing to Improved Consumer Sentiment Regarding Online Security 100% 80% 60% 38% 41% 39% 40% 29% 24% 27% 21% 23% 16% 20% 12% 0% Upgraded FI asked security FI provides login FI provided Identity-theft computer`s questions for each customization via information on protection by FI security software log-on picture or virtual website security keypad. 2010 2011 Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey PAGE 13
  • 14. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 Despite these positive trends, security remains a key concern for many customers, expressed by many of those not engaging in services like bill pay or opening up new accounts online. However, customers still reported feeling more secure on their FI’s website than on the Internet as a whole. General sentiment indicated that security had either remained the same or improved. Only 6 percent of customers felt less secure on their FI’s site in 2011 compared to last year, but that number was lower than the 12 percent who felt less secure on the Internet as a whole. Customers Who Felt As Secure or More Secure This Year* 100% 80% 52% 47% 60% 40% 40% 40% 20% 6% 12% 0% On FI's Website On the Internet Less Secure (1-3) Neutral More Secure (5-7) Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey *Less Secure = responses 1-3; Neutral = response 5; More Secure = responses 5-7 While there are some good signs to be read in these details, banks must continue to focus on security, especially as the industry evolves and customers engage with more dynamic financial services (i.e. PFM) and channels (i.e. tablets and smartphones). E-mail Remains an Effective Communication Channel As more customers rely on online banking as their primary channel for managing accounts, e-mail remains a low-cost, effective way to reach customers. Consumer recall is quite strong, with 48 percent of consumers reporting they’ve received some form of e-mail communication from their primary FI in the last six months. Specifically, consumers recalled receiving Paperless Statements (29 percent), Balance Alerts (28 percent) and Bill Pay Alerts (25 percent) to be the most commonly promoted services via e-mail. PAGE 14
  • 15. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 Categories that Consumers Received E-mail Communication from FIs 29% 28% 25% 19% 19% 16% 15% 11% 8% 8% Sign up for Balance Bill Pay Transfer Online Notification Website Overdraft Cross-sale Registering paperless Alert Alert funds feature of changes Changes services product for online statements between enrollment to terms offers (e.g., access accounts (alerts, and credit card, adding conditions mortgage, accounts or OR credit savings) users, etc.) card APR Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey Respondents reported that offers to add accounts or cross-sell products, such as cards and mortgages, were seen less frequently than service offerings. But the impact of receiving these e-mails to new account opening activity is on the rise. While the response rate on offers to open a new account is still modest at 6 percent, it represents a doubling of last year’s rate. In fact, these e-mails are highly effective in increasing customer awareness and engagement in other offerings, with 17 percent of recipients visiting the site to get information on other products. Bank e-mail strategies certainly appear to remain an effective channel to drive a certain level of awareness and engagement, and the year-over-year growth in consumer response across most activity suggests continued channel effectiveness. Action Taken After Receiving The Email 2010 2011 Logged into an existing account to view balance 33% 32% Paid a bill 21% 23% Visited the website to check other products 14% 17% Signed up for an online servicing feature (alerts, adding accounts, etc.) 12% 13% Shopped for a new credit card/checking or savings account 4% 4% Closed the account 3% 3% Opened up a new account 3% 6% Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey PAGE 15
  • 16. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 Social Networking Banks Are Increasing their Social Networking Presence and Capabilities, Consistent with the Overall Financial Industry In recent years, engagement with sites in the Social Networking category from FI customers has exploded. In fact, financial customer visitation to top Social Networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn saw 31 percent year-over-year growth, versus just 8 percent growth for those sites overall. Along with such growth, financial institutions have joined other leading brands in leveraging the reach offered by social networking by building out their social channels. LDA Customer Visitation (in Millions) 81.4 61.3 24.4 20.2 20.0 15.7 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Q1 2010 Q1 2011 Source: comScore Custom Analytics Despite increased social networking activity among FIs, customers are still relatively unaware of financial institutions’ use of these sites. Among consumers engaged in social networking, only 18 percent were aware that their FIs had a presence in the social networking space. More than half (59 percent) of customers were unaware and 24 percent were unsure. PAGE 16
  • 17. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 Awareness of FI's Presence on Social Networking Sites 100% 80% 59% 60% 40% 24% 18% 20% 0% Yes No Unsure Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey Higher penetration rates for social networking among FIs may also be attributed to initiatives aimed at increasing customer engagement through dialogue, user-content campaigns, and sweepstakes. Furthermore, institutions are increasingly using social networking sites, particularly their Twitter accounts, as a customer service tool to address issues quickly and enhance customer relations, leading to greater following among customers. Reasons Why Customers Follow Their FI on Social Networking Sites 100% 80% 60% 38% 35% 35% 40% 30% 17% 16% 14% 20% 6% 0% Retail Credit card Online Online Online Charitable Credit help None of offers offers shopping account Customer donations or financial these offers servicing Service advice tips Source: comScore, 2011 Banking Survey Promotions were seen as the most attractive way to entice customers to follow and engage with their FI on social networking sites. Nearly 17 percent of respondents were interested in online customer service for their checking/savings/card accounts, and 14 percent noted charitable donation programs by FIs as a PAGE 17
  • 18. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 way to drive digital engagement with an FI. One such example is Chase Community Giving, run by JP Morgan Chase, which encouraged Facebook fans to partake in the bank’s charitable giving program by voting for charities to receive Chase grants. Only 6 percent noted credit help or financial advice as a reason to follow their FI. PAGE 18
  • 19. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 Mobile Mobile Financial Users Represent 16 Percent of the U.S. Mobile Audience Mobile continues to grow in popularity as a channel for acquiring financial information and account servicing. In Q2 2011, 16 percent of the total U.S. mobile audience of 234 million users indicated that they conducted some type of financial-related activity from their mobile device in the past month. The vast majority of these financial users are mobile bankers, defined as consumers who accessed information specifically related to banking services. The number of mobile users who access banking information is considerably higher than those who utilized their mobile phone for other financial services related to credit cards, auto/property insurance, or stocks/mutual funds. Total U.S. Mobile Universe: 234 MM % of Total U.S. Mobile Universe Mobile Financial User: 36.7 MM 16% (accessed either banking, credit card, insurance or brokerage information from a mobile device in the past month*) Mobile Banking User: 32.5 MM 14% (accessed banking information from a mobile device in the past month*) Mobile Credit Card User: 18.4 MM 8% (accessed credit card information from a mobile device in the past month*) Mobile Insurance User: 7.2 MM 3% (accessed auto or property insurance information from a mobile device*) Mobile Brokerage User: 9.6 MM 4% (accessed brokerage/stock information from a mobile device*) 0% 10% 20% Source: MobiLens ™ : 3-mth rolling average ending June 2011 *Data also includes those who used text messaging to engage with financial institutions and as well as those who received tex t alerts. Source: comScore MobiLens, 3 month average ending June 2011 *Data also includes those who used text messaging to engage with financial institutions and as well as those who received text alerts. This population of mobile bankers is larger than any other group within the mobile financial sector, having grown at a rapid pace (up 30 percent from nearly a year ago). There was a similarly notable increase in the number of mobile credit card users in Q2 2011 as well. This may be driven in part by the recent infusion of mobile apps into the market, allowing for access to both banking and card accounts associated with a single financial institution. PAGE 19
  • 20. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 Growth in Mobile Usage within the Financial Industry (Millions) Mobile Financial Users Mobile Banking Users Q/Q Mobile Credit Card Users Mobile Insurance Users Change 40 Mobile Brokerage Users 36.7 +9% Unique Audience (Millions) 33.6 28.8 30.3 Banking +9% 30 32.5 29.8 25.0 26.8 18.4 20 16.2 Credit Card +14% 14.6 14.9 8.7 8.9 9.6 Insurance +8% 10 8.7 Brokerage +16% 6.0 6.2 7.2 5.9 0 Sept - 10 Dec - 10 Mar - 11 Jun - 11 Source: comScore MobiLens, 3 month averages *Data includes both customers and prospects who have utilized a browser, app or SMS in the prior month. In addition, the widespread adoption of smartphones among mobile users allows for a more user-friendly web-browsing experience and significantly greater access to apps associated with bank accounts. In Q2 2011, 33.5 percent of all mobile users owned a smartphone, enabling greater mobile media consumption and access to bank accounts while on-the-go. By November 2011, this percentage grew to 39.1 percent. U.S. Smartphone Penetration Trend by Platform 45.0 40.0 % of U.S. Mobile Audience 35.0 30.0 25.0 20.0 15.0 10.0 5.0 0.0 Jun-2010 Sep-2010 Dec-2010 Mar-2011 Jun-2011 Sep-2011 Google Apple RIM Microsoft Symbian Palm Source: comScore MobiLens, 3 month averages PAGE 20
  • 21. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 Browser Use Remains Strong but App Usage among Mobile Bankers Has Increased Dramatically Mobile banking users engage with financial institutions from their device via three primary methods – through a mobile browser, an app, or text messaging (SMS) and text alerts. Browser usage continues to be the dominant channel used to access banking-related services from a mobile device, likely due to the fact that both smartphone and feature phone owners have the ability to access the Internet from their device using a browser. Furthermore, some smartphone owners still remain uncomfortable or are unfamiliar with available financial services apps in the marketplace and how to effectively utilize these from their devices. To this end, continuing to educate – or even incentivizing – customers to use mobile apps is increasingly important for financial institutions who want their customers to be able to engage anytime and anywhere. Growth in Browser Usage Among Mobile Financial Users (Millions) Q/Q Mobile Banking Users Mobile Credit Card Users Change 20 17.6 +8% Unique Audience (Millions) 15.4 16.3 15.0 15 +12% 10 10.4 8.8 8.9 9.3 5 0 Sept - 10 Dec - 10 Mar - 11 Jun - 11 Source: comScore MobiLens, 3 month average ending June 2011 *Data includes both customers and prospects While not utilized by as many mobile bankers, banking app usage has risen significantly over the past several quarters, up 74 percent from nearly a year ago. App usage among mobile credit card users has also increased considerably in that time, up 58 percent. PAGE 21
  • 22. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 Growth in App Usage Among Mobile Financial Users (Millions) Q/Q Mobile Banking Users Mobile Credit Card Users Change 15 13.7 Unique Audience (Millions) +20% 11.4 10 8.7 7.3 6.3 +24% 5.1 5 3.8 4.2 0 Sept - 10 Dec - 10 Mar - 11 Jun - 11 Source: comScore MobiLens, 3 month average ending June 2011 *Data includes both customers and prospects As more customers adopt mobile servicing behaviors, it becomes increasingly important for banking institutions to invest in their mobile channel. A significant percentage of mobile bankers are extremely engaged, with nearly three-quarters indicating that they interact with a bank from their mobile device at least once a week. This level of engagement closely mirrors usage frequencies that we see with account servicing via a desktop or laptop computer. As client servicing via the mobile channel becomes a regular mode of contact for highly-engaged mobile financial users, it is critical for banks to ensure that they are providing a user-friendly mobile experience that meets their customer needs. Falling short of their expectations may result in a negative impact on brand perception or even customer attrition. Frequency of Channel Usage for Banking Every Day At Least Once Per Week At Least Once Per Month At Least Every 3 Months Every 4-6 Months Every 7-12 Months 3% 7% 7% 9% 7% 21% 6% 19% 31% 15% 56% 52% 42% 41% 19% 17% 18% 22% Accessed account from Accessed account from a Accessed account from a Clicked on link in text PC/laptop mobile browser mobile app message Source: comScore Financial Services MobiLens Re-Contact Survey (Apr – Jun 2011) PAGE 22
  • 23. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 In addition to generally being highly engaged users, those who utilize a mobile device for their banking- related needs tend to be younger and more affluent. In fact, 3 out of every 5 mobile bankers are between the ages of 18-34, more than double the percentage of those who do not take advantage of mobile banking offerings represented by this demographic. Mobile bankers are also twice as likely to have a household income of $100K or more than non-users (31 percent vs. 15 percent). Demographics of Mobile Bankers Age Household Income Less than $40k $40k-$74,999 18-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+ $75k - $99,999 $100k or More 100% 100% 8% 16% 15% 12% 31% 80% 80% 17% 14% 17% 60% 60% 18% 21% 35% 40% 40% 18% 27% 59% 20% 20% 36% 28% 24% 0% 0% Mobile Banker Not a Mobile Banker Mobile Banker Not a Mobile Banker Source: comScore Financial Services MobiLens Re-Contact Survey (Apr – Jun 2011) Despite Growing Importance with Customers, Awareness of Mobile Banking Features Lagging Across the spectrum of mobile banking features available to customers, awareness is limited to slightly more than half of all smartphone owners with a bank account. Even among those who are aware of mobile banking functionality, awareness is twice as high as actual adoption, indicating an area of opportunity for banks to continue educating customers on mobile banking services and understand what might be hindering adoption. Not surprisingly, the banking activities conducted most often from a mobile device are checking balances and viewing transactions – both fairly basic account monitoring functions that lend themselves well to mobile use. PAGE 23
  • 24. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 Awareness and Utilization of Mobile Banking Offerings (Among Smartphone Owners) 57% Checking my balance 32% 48% Viewing transactions 23% 45% Receiving bank alerts 16% 45% Finding nearest bank/ATM 16% 43% Paying bills 16% 43% Transferring money 15% 29% Depositing checks remotely 5% 27% Editing bank account preferences 6% % Aware of Mobile Banking Features % Utilizing Mobile Banking Features Source: comScore Financial Services MobiLens Re-Contact Survey (Apr – Jun 2011) Looking ahead, it will be important to address some of the key inhibitors to mobile channel adoption and usage. There continue to be barriers to smartphone adoption, such as the cost of phones and data plan ownership, as well as mobile banking obstacles, such as negative perceptions around the security of account servicing via mobile devices. However, as more affordable smartphones reach the market and consumer security concerns abate over time, industry trends point towards wider adoption as we expect smartphone penetration to surpass the 50 percent threshold in 2012. As financial institutions continue to address security concerns and make strategic investments to expand user functionality and improve customer experience, mobile banking should benefit from these underlying growth trends. PAGE 24
  • 25. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 Conclusion In 2011, online and mobile banking experienced substantial growth as adoption of these digital channels grew in conjunction with significant investments made by financial institutions to develop their presence on these platforms. Online banking continued to enjoy steady adoption and increased satisfaction rates across the board. While it does not yet have the penetration of online banking, mobile banking is poised for further growth in 2012 as customers increasingly incorporate mobile behaviors into their daily routines and financial institutions continue to develop their mobile assets. Along with the significant digital advances seen by the financial services industry in 2011, there continue to be opportunities for financial firms to grow even further in this space:  As online and mobile banking grow in adoption, building a positive customer experience becomes more important. As more financial customers shift to using online and mobile banking channels more frequently, it is critical for financial institutions to offer a reliable, secure, and user- friendly experience. Just as improvements to website features have a positive impact on customer satisfaction measures, enhancements to mobile usability have the potential to bolster the FI brand and encourage greater adoption of customer services.  Key online customer service features are underutilized despite notable levels of awareness. Nearly 1 in 5 online banking users show an interest in online customer service features such as Identity Theft Services and Personal Financial Management. However, with the exception of Alerts, less than 10 percent of the online banking audience utilizes these features. Similarly, while 60 percent of financial customers use some form of online bill pay, there is still a sizeable percentage of customers who aren’t doing so. Barriers, such as concerns over security and lack of awareness, appear to be hindering adoption of these online features. The underutilization of valuable features represents a challenge and an opportunity for banks.  Financial institutions have embraced social media but have yet to reach a critical mass on this channel. As social networking continues to become an integral part of the online user experience, financial institutions are exploring ways of utilizing this channel to connect with their customers and support brand-building and other marketing initiatives. However, among consumers engaging in social networking, less than 20 percent are aware that their FI can be found on social channels. As financial institutions expand their digital marketing strategies, they should look to solidify their penetration of their social audience to benefit from the brand-building and engagement capabilities of this channel. PAGE 25
  • 26. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012  As smartphones go mainstream, mobile banking is poised to grow even further. Mobile banking continues to be an important area of focus for financial institutions, especially as more financial customers adopt mobile browsing behaviors. In 2011, banks invested in developing mobile apps, which helped mobile banking see increased adoption. As consumers become more accustomed to incorporating the use of mobile devices and tablets to perform banking transactions such as transferring money, paying bills, finding the nearest bank or ATM locations, and receiving account alerts, there is potential for this channel to grow even further in 2012. PAGE 26
  • 27. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 Methodology The comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking report provides a comprehensive review of the digital banking industry through the use of both the computer-based online and emerging mobile channels. The report emphasizes key trends in customer behaviors, attitudes, satisfaction, service usage and mobile adoption to provide an inclusive look at the digital banking space. The insights provided within this report are based on a survey of more than 2,000 U.S. Internet users and are supplemented by comScore’s behavioral panel of over 1 million U.S. Internet users and survey data from the Mobile Financial Services Advisor report. In order to demonstrate shifts in the online banking industry, the findings from this study are compared to results from previously-published comScore reports from the following time periods. Dates Survey Conducted Number of Respondents Feb 26 – March 2, 2009 4,846 March 23 – April 9, 2010 2,576 March 16 – March 25, 2011 2,022 PAGE 27
  • 28. comScore 2011 State of Online and Mobile Banking February 2012 About comScore, Inc. comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR) is a global leader in measuring the digital world and preferred source of digital business analytics. comScore helps its clients better understand, leverage and profit from the rapidly evolving digital marketing landscape by providing data, analytics and on-demand software solutions for the measurement of online ads and audiences, media planning, website analytics, advertising effectiveness, copy-testing, social media, search, video, mobile, cross-media, e-commerce, and a broad variety of emerging forms of digital consumer behavior. comScore services, which now include the product suites of recent acquisitions AdXpose, Nedstat, Nexius XPlore, ARSGroup and Certifica, are used by more than 1,800 clients around the world, including global leaders such as AOL, Baidu, BBC, Best Buy, Carat, Deutsche Bank, ESPN, France Telecom, Financial Times, Fox, Microsoft, MediaCorp, Nestle, Starcom, Terra Networks, Universal McCann, Verizon Services Group, ViaMichelin and Yahoo!. For more information, please visit: www.comscore.com FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT: Sarah Lenart comScore, Inc. (703) 234-8689 slenart@comscore.com Nathan Frederiksen comScore, Inc. 703-234-2686 nfrederiksen@comscore.com PAGE 28