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Recent Research Projects

Saving for Retirement
April 2017

The latest report by CoreData Research provides an in-depth analysis of UK consumer behaviour and attitudes toward saving for retirement. It provides a comprehensive roundup of the current state of play in the pensions sector at a time when the UK is in the grip of a savings crisis that poses a serious threat to the wellbeing of future retirees. The report goes on to detail important findings about low levels of consumer engagement and knowledge, poor uptake of financial advice and the consequent need to tackle apathy and inaction.

UK Savers 2017
February 2017

Saving more money can lead to increased confidence in the economy and one’s household finances. Individuals who save more are likely to be more amenable to new companies’ offers and tend to shop around more and be more open to taking on investment risk, as evidenced by their higher subscription to stocks & shares Isas. People who save more are also more technologically engaged as a greater number of them connect to their bank online or by using their provider’s mobile app.

ISA Season 2017
February 2017

The latest report by CoreData Research into the Isa market examines the buying behaviour of UK retail investors. The report covers the impact of new rules and limits on Isa investing as well as the mounting pressure advisers and financial intermediaries continue to face thanks to the growing autonomy offered to investors courtesy of online providers. The study, which surveys 3,000 investors in the UK, also covers the attitudes of savers as they look for returns in a low-growth environment and the impact this has on both cash and stocks & shares Isa allocations.

Mifid II Report
December 2016

The introduction of the Retail Distribution Review in December 2012 could be considered a considerable head start for advisers preparing to face Mifid II – with curbs on inducements and requirements on firms that give independent advice, tougher powers to ban products and requirements for product governance, these rules should not feel all that new to advisers active in the UK market. The findings in this report are based on original responses from 612 advisers collected by CoreData Research between October and November 2016.