Open Banking: Revolut and N26 enter S-Net
In the context of the implementation of the PSD 2 regulation (“Payment Services Directive 2”), Spuerkeess, as a leader in e-banking, was the first bank in…
On the one hand, digitalisation has fostered the development of new tools aimed at helping our customers to manage their finances on a daily basis. Spuerkeess has adapted its internet banking application S-Net and S-Net Mobile in order to make it more user-friendly, and has developed other tools, such as the investment tool Speedinvest and recently MIA, the free financial assistant, integrated within S-Net.
The open space concept creates a friendly atmosphere that is more suitable for providing advice both to private and professional customers.Gaston Molling
On the other hand, we had to review customer service in our branches. As part of the "Spuerkeess 2020” strategic plan, we conducted an in-depth analysis of the future development of the Bank’s branch network. We capitalised on the opening of the branch in the Belle Etoile shopping centre in 2012 to stress Spuerkeess’s modern spirit.
More welcoming in terms of infrastructure, the branch is equipped with new technology and offers a service that more closely matches our customers’ current lifestyle. On the back of the success of this project and positive feedback from our customers, the two new branches at Niederanven and JFK were fitted out following the same plan.
The current concept is above all characterised by a feeling of openness and modernity. The aim is to support customers and make their visit more pleasant and constructive. The new branches are divided into three areas:
With trust and the quality of the customer relationship paramount, our advisors focus on providing a tailored service.
This concept is intended to create a more open and customer-focused space. Depending on the branch location and its existing infrastructure, we will either undertake a complete refurbishment, take “quick steps” or implement small changes. In addition, there are our plans to create new branches, such as that in Leudelange, which opened its doors three months ago.
We monitor and assess the transformations completed in order to better plan them in the future. The project roll-out proceeds in line with opportunities and developments in the country.
Those that have undergone a "quick steps” makeover include the branches in Mondorf and Limpertsberg, which were arranged as open spaces, consisting of the three areas mentioned above. The Cents and Howald branches have meanwhile undergone a small facelift. This included adaptations such as the removal of the bullet-proof glass that separated advisors from their customers and the addition of an ATM in the hall.
We should also mention the City Concorde branch, which will move place inside the shopping centre, with work set to be completed soon. Finally, for 2018, the Bascharage, Belvaux and Sandweiler sites have been planned, with renovations already under way.