In many countries, Banking Authorities have adopted an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) procedure to manage complaints that customers and financial intermediaries cannot solve by themselves. As a consequence, banks have had to implement complaint management systems in order to deal with customers’ demands. The growth rate of customer complaints has been increasing during the last few years. This does not seem to be only related to the quality of financial services or to lack of compliance in banking products. Another reason lies in the characteristics of the procedures themselves, which are very simple and free of charge. The paper analyzes some determinants regarding the willingness to complain. In particular, it examines whether a high customers’ probability of default leads to an increase in non-valid complaints. The paper uses a sample of approximately 1,000 customers who received a loan and made a claim against the lender. The analysis shows that customers with higher Probability of Default are more likely to make claims against Financial Institutions. Moreover, it shows that opportunistic behaviors and non-valid complaints are more likely if the customer is supported by a lawyer or other professionals and if the reason for the claim may result in a refund or damage compensation.
|Titolo:||Customer Complaining and Probability of Default in Consumer Credit|
|Autore/i:||Cosma, S.; Pancotto, F.; Vezzani, P.|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Mese di pubblicazione:||Marzo|
|Serie:||CEFIN WORKING PAPERS|
|Citazione:||Cosma, S., F., Pancotto e P., Vezzani. "Customer Complaining and Probability of Default in Consumer Credit" Working paper, CEFIN WORKING PAPERS, Dipartimento di Economia Marco Biagi - Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia, 2018. https://doi.org/10.25431/11380_1197763|
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