Wealth in the Netherlands: HNW Investors

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Typically Dutch HNW individuals come from an entrepreneurial background or are family business owners, while the leading generators of wealth are the IT and financial services industries. While younger than the regional average, most Dutch HNW individuals are over 50, with almost a quarter over 65.

05-10 2016   Pages: 40

Wealth in the UK: HNW Investors; Understanding HNW investors and wealth management strategies.

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The UK wealth management industry has a long history, and this is reflected in the profile of the country’s high net worth (HNW) clients. The majority originate from the financial services industry and are sophisticated enough to deal with their financial affairs. However, to save time they opt for discretionary asset management services, as UK wealth managers maintain their reputation as trusted professionals.

05-10 2016   Pages: 44

Robo-Advisors: Mapping the Competitive Landscape

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The wealth management industry has long been resilient to the digitization process observed in the wider financial services space. This has started to change, however, with interest in robo-advice platforms increasing in 2015.

05-10 2016   Pages: 53

UK Commercial Insurance Distribution 2016; An industry where adapting to the market is key

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Commercial insurance has become a highly competitive market, and the distribution of its products is evolving. Brokers continue to hold the highest share of the commercial market, despite growth in other channels. The small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) market has been driving this change. SMEs that require less comprehensive insurance products have been moving away from the added-value advice service from brokers, instead shifting towards self-service, online purchasing platforms.

04-15 2016   Pages: 51

Mass Affluents in Hong Kong: Attitudes

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Mass affluent populations around the world are growing in size, making them an increasingly important segment for financial providers. These consumers possess more financial products than average, maintain higher levels of savings and investments, and are more likely to use added-value services. This makes them an attractive and profitable segment to target.

03-31 2016   Pages: 19

Insurance Competitor Profile: Sainsbury’s

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Sainsbury’s is a retailing giant and the UK’s second-largest supermarket brand. As with rival Tesco, Sainsbury’s Bank spread its wings into the financial services industry in the 1990s and is now a well-established name in personal lines, able to play off its brand recognition, cross-selling capability, and strong understanding of its customers.

03-31 2016   Pages: 19

UK IFAs and their Clients; Identifying the IFA client base and how it can be grown.

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Following the implementation of the Retail Distribution Review, the UK market saw a decrease in the number of advisors as well as an increase in the cost of advice, creating an advice gap in the retail and low mass affluent segments. However, different types of service models have since emerged to fill the need for advice.

03-31 2016   Pages: 33

Industry Dynamics and Competitive Landscape in Poland Reinsurance Industry to 2018: Market Profile

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“This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the reinsurance industry in Poland:

• It provides historical values for the Poland reinsurance market for the report’s 2009-2013 review period and forecast figures for the 2013–2018 forecast period

03-21 2016   Pages: 28

Retail Banking Market Insights: Taiwan

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Taiwan has a very competitive retail banking environment, with almost 40 providers operating in the country. The branch is still the main channel of acquisition for all segments. Consumers demand competitive rates, and due to its proximity and close business links to mainland China, renminbi-denominated products are highly sought after.

03-21 2016   Pages: 43

Retail Banking Market Insights: Denmark

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Denmark has a developed and sound financial system that plays an important role in the economy. The market for financial services is concentrated, with a handful of large banks controlling a significant market share. Danish consumers are generally conservative in their choice of provider, with a bias towards providers they have an existing relationship with.

03-21 2016   Pages: 38
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