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Financial Services Market Research

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. Saving and Investing for Children - UK - April 2016

    “Although 61% of parents in the UK are putting money away for their children’s futures, a third of these are not doing so on a regular basis. Moreover, there are a significant minority who are not managing to save anything at all. For many parents, having other more pressing demands on their ...

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    Consumer Report
    April 2016
    UK
  2. British Lifestyles: Growing Tired of Austerity - UK - April 2016

    "Britain’s economy growth has outstripped other major economies, employment is high (and unemployment is low) and wages have been rising above inflation. Yet, consumer sentiment has been slow to respond. Perhaps we will need to see a more sustained period of growth in earnings before Britons start ...

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    April 2016
    UK
  3. Attitudes towards Higher Education - US - December 2015

    "A college degree is still largely viewed as a necessity for a successful career and as a source of greater job security. However, the cost, lack of flexibility, and lengthy time commitment have some adults looking for alternatives to a traditional education."

    - Lauren Bonetto, Lifestyles & Leisure ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2015
    US
  4. British Lifestyles 2015: At the Intersection of Tradition and Globalisation - UK - April 2015

    “Having basked in the glory of the London Olympics and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, Brand Britain now needs to figure out how to capitalise on opportunities provided by the increased pace of globalisation and also address the unique challenges open markets present.

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    April 2015
    UK
  5. Lifestage Marketing - US - November 2014

    “Collaborating closely with technology for quick and efficient communication, as well as seamless and innovative product and service delivery, can help the FS industry keep up with consumers.”
    – Monica Staco, Financial Services Manager

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    November 2014
    US
  6. Black Consumers Attitudes toward Advertising - US - July 2014

    "Many marketers are shifting their dollars away from the Black consumer segment, while others are moving their initiatives away from traditional to digital. Since Blacks are receptive to advertising and want to see more targeted to them, they are paying attention to which companies demonstrate a ...

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    July 2014
    US
  7. British Lifestyles 2014: The British Dream - UK - April 2014

    "Post-recession consumers will shift some of their focus away from their finances to taking care of their physical health and personal relationships. As recession fatigue sets in, sectors that saw mixed fortunes during the downturn will see higher demand from consumers eager for time out."

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    April 2014
    UK
  8. Saving and Investing for Children - UK - February 2013

    “Even during a period when the Bank of England base rate is at a historical low, only 4% of parental savers show an increased interest in non-traditional products, such as equity-based investments. These attitudes are reflected on a wider level among British investors, with very few adults ...

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    Consumer Report
    February 2013
    UK
  9. Canadian Lifestage Financial Services Marketing - April 2012

    The Canadian consumer is currently facing considerable challenges. Unemployment is high, people are worried about being able to save enough to enjoy a comfortable retirement, and household debt is approaching levels that may indicate they are about to face their own credit crisis.

    Millennials and ...

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    April 2012
    US
  10. Saving Products for Children - UK - December 2011

    “The closure of Child Trust Funds is likely to disrupt the children’s savings and investing market, particularly in the short term. However, Junior ISAs have the potential to invigorate the market and are likely to become one of the most popular products in the future. In order for this to happen, ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2011
    UK
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