Consumer Financial Advice Consumer Research Report 2018

The aim of this report is to study how UK consumers obtain and judge the advice they receive when they make financial investments. This is studied in terms of consumers who currently own investments and consumers who hold money in a form which could potentially be released and invested in investment products (e.g. held in cash or defined contribution – DC- pensions if the consumer is aged 55+).

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Report Highlights

The report considers what types of advice consumer want, where they and how they access advice and how much understanding do they have of the advice process. It also considers how consumer investment behaviour has been influenced by online developments such as Robo-Advice and how the Retail Distribution Review has influenced behaviour.Currently, 26% of Investors take professional advice, with advice most likely to be sought and taken by wealthy investors who lack confidence in their own investing abilities. Professional advice is used to an above average degree by Investors who are: Risk Takers (own risky investment products), have wealth of £100,000+, are from the AB social grade, are males and are age aged 25-44. Financial advice is primarily sought for investment selection, planning or management and pension selection and planning.

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Report Features

Type Consumer Research Report
Year of Publication 2018
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