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Mintel’s financial services market research reports provide a comprehensive and extensive overview of the marketplace including information on the financial services market size and financial services market share.


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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. 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
  3. Retirement Planning - US - November 2017

    "The recession helped many consumers realize the importance of saving money, especially for the long term. As a result, most people have begun to take steps toward saving the money they will need to comfortably retire, but there is room for improvement. Certain segments, such as women and ...

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    US $3,995.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    November 2017
    US
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. Equity Investing - UK - September 2017

    “Equity investing has become far more accessible over the last decade, but there are still many real and perceived barriers that hold people back. Simplicity is the key to extending the market, but a raft of regulation and remedies due in 2018 could hold progress back. Uncertainty over Brexit has ...

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    US $2,648.76 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    September 2017
    UK
  7. Small Business Banking - UK - September 2017

    “The small business banking market is taking steps to address the concerns raised by the CMA by increasing competition and differentiation, particularly through the introduction of innovative and useful digital tools. However, there is a long way to go. Small business owners continue to consider ...

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    US $2,648.76 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    September 2017
    UK
  8. Deposit and Savings Accounts - UK - June 2017

    “Savers are having a grim time, with an ultra-low base rate and rising inflation making it near-impossible to achieve a real return. The introduction of funding schemes by the Bank of England has also reduced banks’ reliance on retail deposits, removing the pressure to aggressively compete. Many ...

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    US $2,648.76 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    June 2017
    UK
  9. Consumer Attitudes towards Property Ownership - UK - May 2017

    “Property continues to be an obsession for much of the population, with people both emotionally and financially invested in their homes. However, property ownership is becoming a distant dream for hopeful buyers, as rising prices and a shortage of available homes make it difficult for people to ...

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    US $2,914.30 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    May 2017
    UK
  10. Saving and Investing for Children - UK - May 2017

    “Parents naturally feel the pressure to plan for their children’s future, but with limited investment and focus in the sector children’s saving and investment providers are doing little to support this. Low interest rates mean reduced incentives to save, although it also leaves a huge opportunity ...

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