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  1. SIPPs - UK - December 2017

    “SIPPs have been the standout performers in the broader retirement savings market over the last decade, and the pension reforms introduced in 2015 have further boosted the segment. The flexibility offered by SIPPs makes them an attractive option for consumers looking to take full advantage of ...

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    US $2,648.76 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    December 2017
    UK
  2. Consumers and General Insurance - UK - December 2017

    “Consumers are still extremely price sensitive when it comes to selecting a general insurance provider, as many see no reason to automatically renew with their existing insurer/s. However, the rollout of more loyalty schemes may help brands to improve retention and gain a valuable and regular ...

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    US $2,914.30 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    December 2017
    UK
  3. Savings & Retirement Planning - Ireland - November 2017

    “With precautionary saving being the leading motivation behind both NI and RoI consumers' saving activity, it is evident that Irish consumers are conscious of the need to prepare for the future. Despite this, there is a clear deficit between awareness of the need to prepare and actual preparation ...

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    US $1,453.83 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    November 2017
    Ireland
  4. Loyalty in Financial Services - UK - November 2017

    “Customers are growing frustrated by the gap between the low level of rewards they receive and the high level of loyalty they believe they show. Providers face a tall order in distinguishing genuine loyalty from inertia. With Open Banking on the horizon, providers should begin to explore the ...

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    US $2,914.30 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    November 2017
    UK
  5. ISAs - UK - November 2017

    “A falling savings ratio and the launch of the Personal Savings Allowance pose a serious threat to the ISA market, with contributions falling for the fourth year running in 2016/17. However, low interest rates and the development of online platforms have driven new interest in the stocks and ...

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    US $2,648.76 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    November 2017
    UK
  6. Mass Affluent and Affluent Financial Advice - UK - November 2017

    “The financial advice market for mass affluent and affluent consumers is in a healthy position. This is a segment of consumers with above-average need for advice and greater capacity to pay for it. However, it is not without its challenges, with new regulations on the horizon and the ongoing ...

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    US $2,914.30 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    November 2017
    UK
  7. Consumers and the Economic Outlook: Quarterly Update - UK - October 2017

    “Consumers’ spending power is being hit by the squeeze on incomes as inflation continues to outpace average wage rises. In four of the last five months, people have been more likely to feel worse off compared to a year ago than to say that their finances have improved. This is the first time this ...

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    US $2,648.76 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    October 2017
    UK
  8. Current Accounts & Brand Loyalty - Ireland - October 2017

    “Despite the centrality of a current account to a consumer's financial life, it is not a product that provokes strong feelings or opinions. Rather, there is a distinct sense of apathy and inertia. Consumers don't feel any particular bond or connection with their provider, nor would they be overly ...

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    US $1,453.83 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    October 2017
    Ireland
  9. Consumers and Direct Investment - UK - October 2017

    “Increasing numbers of people, from across the wealth spectrum, are choosing to invest directly rather than use an intermediary – and this trend is set to continue. Based on the findings of our consumer research, many consumers are planning to start investing over the coming year. Most of these ...

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    US $2,648.76 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    October 2017
    UK
  10. Private Medical Insurance - UK - October 2017

    “While the corporate market has advanced, personal contracts have lost ground as prices have continued to rise. Expanding the market will remain an uphill battle in the current economic environment and as some potential customers consider topping up NHS services with private self-pay. Older ...

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    US $2,648.76 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    October 2017
    UK
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