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  1. Current Accounts - Ireland - August 2019

    "For the first time since Mintel began examining Irish consumers' preferred channels for various banking activities and transactions, the digital channels - online banking and mobile banking - trump branches for every activity. The coming years will likely see branches further edged out of ...

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    Consumer Report
    August 2019
    Ireland
  2. Mortgages - Ireland - March 2019

    "Over the next few years, the mortgage market will be characterised by relative caution and steadiness rather than anything dramatic. While demand for mortgages remains strong, uncertainty over Brexit - and, more specifically, the impact it may have on the general economy and consumers' personal ...

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    Consumer Report
    March 2019
    Ireland
  3. Loans and Credit - Ireland - January 2019

    "While both Irish economies have returned to growth following the severe downturn of a decade ago, consumers have not developed anything like the same appetite for borrowing that characterised the last economic boom. Albeit with some exceptions, the attitude towards borrowing is broadly ...

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    Consumer Report
    January 2019
    Ireland
  4. Payment Methods - Ireland - December 2018

    "Alongside dynamic innovation within the payments sector, old habits are dying hard. While a small cohort of early adopters are embracing innovations such as smartphone-enabled payments, a larger proportion of consumers are clinging hard to preferences for cash and other traditional methods of ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2018
    Ireland
  5. Current Accounts - Ireland - October 2018

    "Although there appears to be a high level of inertia when it comes to how consumers manage their current accounts – for instance, switching activity is rare and infrequent – there has nonetheless been a fairly dramatic change in terms of how consumers interact with their current account. Having ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2018
    Ireland
  6. Current Accounts & Brand Loyalty - Ireland - October 2017

    “Despite the centrality of a current account to a consumer's financial life, it is not a product that provokes strong feelings or opinions. Rather, there is a distinct sense of apathy and inertia. Consumers don't feel any particular bond or connection with their provider, nor would they be overly ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2017
    Ireland
  7. Online & Mobile Banking - Ireland - August 2017

    “From tentative beginnings, online banking has established itself as the dominant and preferred channel for Irish consumers. With consumers living their lives increasingly online, it is only natural that this is extended to how they manage accounts and interact with their financial services ...

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    Consumer Report
    August 2017
    Ireland
  8. Mortgages - Ireland - March 2017

    "Having been turned upside-down and inside-out by the financial crisis and ensuing economic recession, the mortgage market in Ireland has somewhat stabilized, but with the Brexit presenting a threat to consumer confidence in 2017, this may see willingness to buy a house decline once again."

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    Consumer Report
    March 2017
    Ireland
  9. Personal Loans - Ireland - January 2017

    "After a challenging period during and immediately following the recession, economic recovery and a significant upturn in consumer confidence have brought some upward momentum into the loans market in Ireland. It remains to be seen, however, how the UK's departure from the EU and the shift in ...

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    Consumer Report
    January 2017
    Ireland
  10. Current Accounts - Ireland - October 2016

    “The conclusion at first glance is that the Irish current account market emerged relatively unscathed from the financial crisis and subsequent recession – current account ownership is almost universal among both NI and RoI consumers. However, despite the return of economic growth, the number of ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2016
    Ireland
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