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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 - December 2013

    “The current account market, in particular that of RoI, suffers from a lack of competition, with Irish consumers recognising this. Reluctance to switch current account providers may have more to do with the inconvenience of the process rather than brand loyalty. Moving forward, new legislation to ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2013
    Ireland
  2. Small Business Banking - UK - December 2013

    “The small business banking market is afflicted by low levels of competition and low levels of customer churn, but this could be about to change. As more small business customers become aware of new faster switching times and are better able to make comparisons between providers, more are likely ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2013
    UK
  3. Self Invested Personal Pensions - SIPPs - UK - December 2013

    “The main winner following increased regulation from the FCA will undoubtedly be the larger SIPP providers. Their economies of scale will allow them to continue to dominate the market, by acquiring their smaller rivals and lowering costs, to appeal to a wider range of consumers.”

    – Alexander ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2013
    UK
  4. Consumer Payment Preferences - UK - December 2013

    “The introduction of mobile payments on the high street was supposed to lead to a rise in demand for facilitating mobile wallet services. However, there is reason to believe that the order of events may have simply been reversed – it is mobile payments that are the natural progression from mobile ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2013
    UK
  5. Consumers and General Insurance - UK - December 2013

    “Loyalty or reward schemes could help to improve customer retention. However, Mintel’s research suggests that an annual reduction in premiums is much more likely to drive loyalty than an elaborate rewards programme or discount scheme.”

    – Deborah Osguthorpe, Head of UK Financial Services Research

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    Consumer Report
    December 2013
    UK
  6. Loyalty Programs in Financial Services - US - November 2013

    “Loyalty programs need to address consumers’ desire for financial security and fiscal responsibility that has continued since the financial crisis of 2008. Loyalty program providers need to think differently about what might appeal to the customer, and go beyond the traditional program features in ...

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    Consumer Report
    November 2013
    US
  7. Premium and Mass Affluent Banking - UK - November 2013

    “For banks targeting the affluent market offering a holistic approach can be important strategy and the focus should not just be around premier accounts. Firms can target new customers by offering to provide and manage a suite of accounts in order to cater for clients’ particular financial ...

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    Consumer Report
    November 2013
    UK
  8. Affluent Investing - UK - November 2013

    “Three quarters of affluent consumers are saving for their retirement, which is a much higher proportion than across the wider population. For wealth management firms, promoting SIPPPs and other pension products should be an important strategy in a bid to capitalise on the demand for retirement ...

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    Consumer Report
    November 2013
    UK
  9. Consumer Attitudes toward Retirement Planning - US - November 2013

    “The state of retirement savings in the US has reached crisis proportions. While many people—especially young people—know that they should be doing more, they just aren’t for any of a variety of reasons. It is critical for them to focus on developing a savings plan because an early start will ...

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    Consumer Report
    November 2013
    US
  10. Savings and Investing - Intermediary Focus - UK - November 2013

    “Financial advisers are burdened by increased costs due to the RDR, however, they are yet to embrace the power of online tools to engage with larger numbers of consumers and make efficiency savings.”

    – Alex Hiscox – Senior Financial Services Analyst

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    £1,995.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    November 2013
    UK
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