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      [Research Study] The High-Income Market: Trends and Behaviors

      Submitted by on Monday, November 28, 2016No Comment

      The High-Income Market: Trends and Behaviors

      Date Published: November 28, 2016
      Author: Lynne Cornelison
      Study Length: 40 Pages
      Price: $1,500
      Number of Charts: 47

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      Questions? Contact Lynne Cornelison at comments@raddon.com or 800.827.3500

      Overview

      As financial institutions work to meet their growth and earning objectives, developing deeper relationships with the customer, understanding their needs, as well as unique characteristics, is a strategic endeavor every organization attempts to accomplish.  As consumer behavior, technology, policy and other market variables impact traditional financial service offerings, institutions will want to focus their time and effort on strategic areas that resonate with the high-income consumer segment.

      In this 40-page Research Insights Study, Raddon explores the high-income market to take a closer look at this segment of the population, not only answering prevalent questions on their financial behavior and capturing macro-level market trends, but also diving deeper to create segments that capture unique characteristics within this part of the population.   This study enables financial institutions to gain insight to better serve a portion of the consumer market that historically has split its business among multiple service providers.

      Read this study and learn about:

      • What type of institution is the primary financial provider for a high-income consumer?
      • What products is this portion of the market using to save and to invest?
      • Are they saving for retirement, and, if so, how?
      • What are their financial goals?

      Sample Chart

      Table of Contents

      1 – Introduction
      2 – Profile of the High-Income Consumer
      10 – Product Usage: Loans and Deposits
      17 – Investments
      28 – Retirement
      34 – Conclusions
      36 – Strategies

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      Send an email to louie.lambrou@fiserv.com and provide your name, title, email and organization’s name and we will follow-up with you shortly.

      RADDON PROVIDES THE RESEARCH INSIGHTS STUDY “AS-IS” AND MAKES NO WARRANTY WHATSOEVER, EXPRESS, IMPLIED, OR OTHERWISE. BY CLICKING “ORDER” CLIENT HEREBY DISCLAIMS, WAIVES, AND FULLY RELEASES ANY AND ALL CLAIMS, WHETHER GROUNDED IN WARRANTY, TORT, STRICT LIABILITY OR OTHERWISE, CLIENT HAS OR MAY HAVE AGAINST RADDON (AND ITS VENDORS) FOR ANY AND ALL DAMAGES, WHETHER DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, PUNITIVE OR OTHERWISE, RELATED TO OR ARISING OUT OF THIS ORDER.

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