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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.


Mintel’s financial services industry reports can help you gain further insight into the financial services market trends and gain valuable financial services consumer data.


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  1. Consumers and Financial Advice - UK - May 2016

    “Advisers are being challenged by customers, competitors and the regulator, with the ultimate result likely to be a more equitable market. This means there are opportunities for those willing to explore beyond the typical financial advice customer. Robo-advice has great potential across different ...

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    £2,195.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    May 2016
    UK
  2. Green, Ethical and Socially Responsible Finance - UK - November 2015

    “The level of influence that ethical considerations have over consumer selection of financial services products and services is minimal, however, this is beginning to change. Younger consumers are more willing to pay extra for products provided by socially responsible companies. Incumbent ...

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    £2,195.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    November 2015
    UK
  3. Deposit and Savings Accounts - UK - April 2011

    It is the precautionary motive that dominates savers’ thoughts in the current climate. Those consumers saving for emotional security will value personalised service, regular contact from the savings provider and a simple customer queries service more than most.

    • Despite people's good intentions and ...

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    £1,995.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    April 2011
    UK