Savings and Investments

Savings and Investments Market Research

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    First-time investors, typically those with less than a year of investing experience, tend to prioritize short-term gains over long-term investment impacts. This is reinforced by their higher proclivity towards riskier and speculative assets like cryptocurrencies and NFTs, which are significantly less popular among their more experienced counterparts. On the other..."
    After years of next-to-nothing rates, consumers are finally being rewarded for cash, with rising interest boosting interest in saving. Charlie Landsborough, Financial Services Analyst ..."
    Although many challenges persist, there is ample scope to expand the retail investment fund market. Sarah Hitchcock, Associate Consultant – Financial Services ..."
    A burgeoning segment of young investors has increased the dominance of banks as an investment institution, while new Canadians seek digital alternatives. Patrick Rahlfs, Senior Research Analyst ..."

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    Rising interest rates are boosting the appeal of cash ISAs for the first time in years, and incentivising people to save despite the cost of living crisis. Charlie Landsborough, Financial Services Analyst ..."
    “Despite higher interest rates and increased competition, inflationary pressures are limiting the growth of the market. While consumers are finding it hard to save as a result of the cost of living crisis, there is a scope for savings providers to support them through economic uncertainty.” - Greta Staselyte, Financial Services..."

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    “With huge uncertainty and anxiety around what the coming months hold, the current climate is one in which a high level of precautionary saving would ordinarily be expected. However, given the current cost-of-living crisis, many consumers are in no position to add to savings or make investments." – Brian O’Connor, Senior..."
    “Traditional channels of investing are equally popular among all age segments while digital company use trends higher among younger investors. Financial advisors are viewed positively with high awareness about performance expectations and fees, while willingness to use robo-advisors is still limited.”– Sanjay Sharma, Senior Financial Services AnalystKey issues covered in..."
    “The short-to-medium term outlook for UK investors is extremely challenging. Such an environment increases demand for advice, guidance and good quality sources of information. Investment providers, platforms and intermediaries need to support investors through this difficult period by bolstering consumer understanding via excellent communications, tools and disclosure.” – Sarah Hitchcock, Associate..."

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    “Three quarters of UK savers and investors expect to have less money to put towards their savings and investments due to the rising cost of living. With interest rates now moving upwards, cash ISA providers should take the opportunity to grow their share of retail balances by offering more competitive..."
    “The children’s savings and investment market is set to be impacted heavily by the rising cost of living. Lower-income households, with less disposable income, will struggle to contribute to children’s savings on top of paying out for essentials. Providers should focus on accessibility for all, by removing fees for opening..."
    “The retail investment industry continued to experience strong growth in 2021, as an influx of first-time investors made their way into the market. While some may lose interest in investing because of current economic factors, such as rising inflation, there are still opportunities for brands to attract new-to-market investors. Fractional..."