Checking date: 16/04/2018


Course: 2018/2019

Financial and service marketing
(13205)
Study: Bachelor in Business Administration (204)


Coordinating teacher: DUQUE ZULUAGA, LOLA CRISTINA

Department assigned to the subject: Department of Business Administration

Type: Electives
ECTS Credits: 6.0 ECTS

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Students are expected to have completed
Marketing
Competences and skills that will be acquired and learning results. Further information on this link
- Students will know the main marketing principles and their application to services, in general, and to financial services in particular. - Students will acquire knowledge about different tools and methodologies that allow them to evaluate marketing variables that are relevant for financial services. - Students will obtain a current view of key concepts in financial services, such as internet distribution, relationship marketing programs and positioning practices.
Description of contents: programme
This course will develop three main topics: first, central concepts of service marketing; second, it explains the application of these concepts to financial services, stressing subjects as service quality, satisfaction and profitable relationships; and third, stresses the more modern subjects, going beyond the 4 Ps. The program is organized in the following sections: - Service marketing. Services vs products. Servuction. - Financial services marketing - Marketing strategies in the financial sector - Service quality, management and models - Consumer behavior in financial firms - The financial services customer: relationship management, satisfaction and loyalty - Strategic marketing ¿The 4 Ps¿: Price, Product/Service, Place and Communication - The other Ps - Digital marketing
Learning activities and methodology
This course combines theoretical and practical knowledge. In the theoretical sessions, the key concepts of marketing and their application to the financial sector will be introduced. In the practical sessions, articles and cases exemplifying what was explained in class will be analyzed. Students will acquire learning competences and attitudes through the lectures and by analyzing financial marketing cases and presenting them both individually and in groups. - Students will consult the books of reference and will have the material prepared by the professor for this specific course. - Articles and practical cases will be analyzed both in groups and individually; which allows students to improve their skills on diagnosis, evaluation, synthesis, as well as their writing and presentation abilities.
Assessment System
  • % end-of-term-examination 50
  • % of continuous assessment (assigments, laboratory, practicals...) 50
Basic Bibliography
  • Castelló. Gestión comercial de servicios financieros. ESIC. 2007
  • Eiglier, Langeard. Servucción: Marketing de Servicios. McGrawHill. 1989
  • Embid, Davila, Zorrilla. Marketing Financiero. McGrawHill. 1998
  • Ennew, Watkins, Wright. Marketing Financial Services. Butterworth Heinemann. 2000
  • Hoffman, Bateson. Fundamentos de Marketing de Servicios. Thomson. 2002
  • Lovelock. Services Marketing. Prentice Hall International. 1996
  • Lovelock, Vandermerwe, Lewis. Services Marketing. Prentice Hall Europe. 1999
  • McGoldrick, Greenland. Retailing of financial services. McGrawHill. 1994
  • Meidan. Marketing Financial Services. Macmillan. 1996
  • Rivera Camino, Mas Hernández. Marketing financiero: Estrategia y planes de acción para mercados complejos. ESIC. 2015
  • Rust, Zahorik, Keiningham. Service Marketing. Harper Collins. 1996
  • Sebastián González. Gestión bancaria: los nuevos retos en un entorno global. MacGraw-Hill. 2001
  • Zeithaml. Marketing de servicios: un enfoque de integración del cliente a la empresa. McGraw-Hill. 2002
Additional Bibliography
  • Berry, Parasuraman. Marketing de Servicios: La calidad como meta. Gestion y Empresa-Parramón. 1993
  • Huete, D'Andrea, Reynoso, Lovelock. Administración de Servicios. Pearson-PrenticeHall. 2004
  • Zeithaml, Parasuraman, Berry. Delivering quality service : balancing customer perceptions and expectations. Free Press. 1990

The course syllabus and the academic weekly planning may change due academic events or other reasons.