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  1. The Role of Loyalty in Financial Services - US - May 2015

    “FS providers can be up front and ask consumers about their loyalty, especially if these firms are providing great customer experiences. Customers who are given the opportunity to make a recommendation will be more likely to do so. ” 

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  2. Retirement Planning - US - May 2015

    "There is a retirement planning crisis in this country. Whether because they can’t, they don’t know how, or they don’t know they should, people are not saving what they will need even to be sure they won’t outlive their savings. "

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  3. The Role of Trust in Financial Services - US - April 2015

    "The FSI’s (financial services industry) reputation has been damaged since the recession hit in 2008-09. Consumers quickly blamed the industry for the crisis and ever since have had a hard time trusting its products and services."

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  4. Millennials and Finance - US - April 2015

    “Millennials are young and in the beginning stages of establishing themselves, their households, and their families. Their needs at this time are quite specific and revolve largely on learning how to manage their day-to-day finances.”

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  5. The Financial Lives of College Students - US - March 2015

    ''The changing demographics of America are reflected in the changing demographics of college students. Financial institutions trying to reach students will have to adapt to the different needs, knowledge and backgrounds of various segments if they expect to gain their fair share of the market.''

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  6. Retail Banking and Credit Unions - US - February 2015

    “The banking industry is becoming competitive and new entrants into the market are largely technologically-based alternatives. Millennials are the prime target of these upstart companies, as well as everyone else, and the country’s changing demographics are providing a new customer base.”

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  7. Consumers and the Economic Outlook - US - February 2015

    “Consumers are optimistic about their financial situation but still skeptical of the future of the economy. Their perspective seems to reflect a cognitive dissonance considering the economic conditions do impact their personal finances.” 

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  8. Property and Casualty Insurance - US - January 2015

    “Since insurance claims are only made in times of stress, companies that make customers feel they are cared for – and taken care of – stand the best chance of retaining their customers in the long term.” 

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  9. Mobile Banking - US - January 2015

    “Consumers are comfortable using their smartphones to engage in shopping and checking email, but are not fully embracing mobile banking, partly because of their security concerns of their devices, but also in part due to a standing belief that they simply don’t need it.”

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  10. High Net Worth Women - US - December 2014

    “More women are holding leadership positions in corporations, which helps them contribute financially to their household. They need a financial provider who can understand their unique situation and be a partner in helping them manage it all.”
    – Monica Staco, Financial Services Manager

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