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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. Current Accounts - Ireland - August 2015

    “The current account market in Ireland has weathered the economic recession and emerged relatively unscathed. Although the recession years were lost ones in terms of growth, the return to economic growth both in NI and RoI will almost certainly bring about a return to growth within the current ...

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    Consumer Report
    August 2015
    Ireland
  2. Private Medical Insurance - Ireland - July 2015

    Although the recession certainly had a negative impact on private medical insurance ownership levels among RoI consumers, the effect was not nearly as profound as might have been expected given the severity of the downturn. This illustrates the strong attachment that RoI consumers have for private ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2015
    Ireland
  3. Car Insurance - Ireland - May 2015

    “The legal obligation to have car insurance has enabled the Irish car insurance sector to emerge relatively unscathed from the recent economic downturn. However, it also impacts upon the way in which Irish consumers perceive both the product and the providers. Obligatory purchases often become ...

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    Consumer Report
    May 2015
    Ireland
  4. Mortgages - Ireland - March 2015

    “After years of decline and contraction, growth and momentum has returned to the Irish property market, which has, in turn, fostered confidence and positivity among Irish consumers. Once again, purchasing residential property in Ireland looks to be attractive and consumers view a mortgage loan as ...

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    Consumer Report
    March 2015
    Ireland
  5. Savings - Ireland - January 2015

    “Despite consumers still feeling the squeeze on their finances, there is still some appetite for precautionary saving: the two most common reasons for saving are for security and to cover unexpected events.”
    – Brian O’Connor, Production Manager

    This report answers the following key questions:

    • What ...

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    Consumer Report
    January 2015
    Ireland
  6. Personal Loans - Ireland - September 2014

    “As a result of the financial crisis and ensuing economic downturn, there has been a dramatic decline both in financial institutions’ willingness and ability to lend and consumers’ willingness and capacity to borrow. With economic recovery now under way, it remains to be seen whether banks and ...

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    Consumer Report
    September 2014
    Ireland
  7. Current Accounts - Ireland - August 2014

    “The end of fee-free banking in RoI has made the prospect of owning multiple current accounts more expensive; and thus we have seen the incidence of consumers owning three or more accounts fall between 2009 and 2014. Moving forward, with more banks seeking to upgrade consumers to paid-for ...

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    Consumer Report
    August 2014
    Ireland
  8. Plastic Cards - Ireland - July 2014

    "The downturn of credit cards in issue in Ireland, and growth in the level of debit card usage highlights that increasingly Irish consumers are living within their means and reducing their reliance on credit. Moving forward this could see credit card providers add more incentives to their ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2014
    Ireland
  9. Insurance - Ireland - May 2014

    “The Irish insurance industry has been hit hard in recent years as consumers responded to the pressures of the economic downturn by forgoing, cancelling or downgrading cover. However, Mintel’s consumer data indicates that Irish consumers remain committed to being adequately covered. Thus, the ...

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    Consumer Report
    May 2014
    Ireland
  10. Mortgages - Ireland - March 2014

    "For the first time since the financial crisis occurred, there appears to be a match between demand and supply with respect to mortgages. Consumers are once again looking to take out mortgages to purchase property, while financial institutions once again seem genuinely interested in issuing ...

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    £1,095.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    March 2014
    Ireland
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