UK Consumer Savers and Investors 2022

The central focus of this report is the types of investment and savings products consumer own, how much they are investing and the environmental framework in which investments are made. It looks at the structure and size of the market, recent trends and provides forecasts for the future.

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At the end of September 2021, UK households collectively held over £4 trillion in non-pension financial assets, with their accumulated wealth having risen by around 5% between December 2020 and September 2021.  In 2020, consumers invested net just under £200 billion into financial assets (excluding pension and non-life insurances). Net new investment rose significantly over 2019 as the COVID-19 lockdowns caused consumers to save more and invest more. IRN expect investment in 2021 to remain high by the standards of recent years but to fall back compared with 2020, as the UK economy opened and consumer spending increased. In 2021 and 2020, consumers invested more money into financial assets compared with real assets (e.g., housing). This is in sharp contrast to previous years. The COVID-19 lockdowns and its impact on the housing market explains this.

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