Offering better rewards may not be the best way for banks to foster customer loyalty.

A new study from Maritz Loyalty Marketing in Toronto found that a main driver of customer satisfaction with financial-services firms' loyalty programs is how easy they are to use, rather than the financial incentives they offer. The survey also showed that banks need to balance their customers' need for communication with privacy concerns.

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