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  1. SME Banking (Business Banking) - Ireland - November 2012

    Small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) continue to play a key role in the NI and RoI economies, with SMEs in NI accounting for almost 99.9% of all businesses, while in RoI some 99.7% of businesses.

    In 2012 and moving forward, one of the key concerns facing Irish SMEs is access to credit, with the ...

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    Consumer Report
    November 2012
    Ireland
  2. Online and Mobile Banking - Ireland - September 2012

    Although online banking is now the most frequently used retail banking channel by Irish consumers (though not the most widely used, a position that branches still hold), other personal finance-related technological initiatives have not yet captured consumers' imagination or enthusiasm to anything ...

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    Consumer Report
    September 2012
    Ireland
  3. Insurance - Ireland - July 2012

    Despite the extraordinary financial pressures facing Irish consumers, there is no real appetite to cancel or downgrade insurance. In part, this is due to the strong belief on the part of consumers that it is important to be well insured for everything. Some consumers (29% in RoI, 20% in NI) also ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2012
    Ireland
  4. Retail Banking Overview - Ireland - April 2012

    Although the turmoil brought about by the financial crisis has largely passed, the Irish retail banking sector remains entrenched in a period of transition and uncertainty. The competitive landscape has changed dramatically – particularly in RoI – and there will almost certainly be additional ...

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    Consumer Report
    April 2012
    Ireland
  5. Savings - Ireland - February 2012

    Since Mintel last examined the savings market in Ireland (March 2010), the challenges facing both consumers and providers have increased. Disposable incomes have fallen significantly, making it more difficult for consumers to save on a regular basis. Many consumers have been forced to dip into ...

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    Consumer Report
    February 2012
    Ireland
  6. Mortgages - Ireland - December 2011

    The impact of the housing market crash in Ireland is still having an effect on the mortgage market, with consumers less willing to take out a mortgage and banks less willing to lend. This has led to a steep slump in the value of the mortgage market.

    The number of Irish mortgages in arrears has ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2011
    Ireland
  7. Online Banking - Ireland - October 2011

    Online banking is now firmly established as a mainstream channel within financial services. Around a third of all Irish consumers use online banking services with some degree of regularity, while around a fifth use online banking once a week or more often.

    However, it remains the case that ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2011
    Ireland
  8. Retirement Planning - Ireland - September 2011

    In February 2011, the independent study Marketing Science’s Retirement Planning Monitor (RPM) revealed that 66% of respondents claimed to find pensions confusing. The Irish Budget 2011 and the Finance Act have introduced significant changes to personal pensions. Alan Bigley, partner in ...

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    Consumer Report
    September 2011
    Ireland
  9. Current Accounts - Ireland - August 2011

    Since Mintel last examined the Irish current account market in 2009, the situation facing both consumers and financial services providers has changed considerably. Both have their respective problems to address.

    Consumers' efforts to reduce expenditure and curtail outgoings are negatively impacting ...

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    Consumer Report
    August 2011
    Ireland
  10. Credit Cards - Ireland - May 2011

    The recession continues to have an effect on the willingness of Irish consumers to embrace debt or to live beyond their means, and this has seen demand for credit cards begin to sag, with fewer consumers using them.

    Furthermore with banks tightening their lending criteria, it is harder for Irish ...

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    £1,095.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    May 2011
    Ireland
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