Malaysian digital wallet and online payment platform Touch ‘N Go eWallet has come up tops in YouGov’s Bank and Payment Brand Rankings 2022 (39.9 points), ahead of second-placed Maybank (38.7 points).
The rankings are based on YouGov BrandIndex’s positive Consideration score, which measures the percentage of a brand’s customers who would consider it when next in the market to use a Financial Institutions & Services brand. The rankings show the brands with the highest average Consideration score between 1 October 2021 – 30 September 2022 compared with the same period in the previous year.
Touch ‘N Go was not the only digital banking service on the rankings, with DuitNow (29.0 points), FPX (23.2 points), Paypal (22.8 points), Visa (22.4 points) and GrabPay (20.2 points) also ranking within the top seven.
Retail bank CIMB was the only other traditional bank on the rankings in eighth with a Consideration score of 19.9 points. Malaysian debit card MyDebit (18.8 points) and electronic payment services company Mastercard (18.5 points) rounded off the top ten.
Alongside the overall rankings, YouGov also released the ten “most improved” brands of the past year for the financial services sector. Digital banks and payment companies continued to dominate the Improvers’ rankings, with DuitNow (+8.8 points) and Touch ‘N Go eWallet (+8.2 points) being the two most improved brands for the past year.
MyDebit (+3.0 points), FPX (+2.1 points) and bill management and payment system JomPAY (+1.8 points) were the next most improved.
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