Research

Financial advice and the death of trust

Financial advice and the death of trust

Here’s the problem with creating trust benchmarks for financial planning: It’s tricky. It’s tricky because trust is a complex psychological construct; it’s tricky because trust is uniquely personal; and it’s […]

by July 13, 2020 0 comments Advice, Advisers, Research
Hearing other voices: why guilt by association could prompt a client to exit

Hearing other voices: why guilt by association could prompt a client to exit

Most financial advisers know well by now that two of the most important ways of attracting new clients and retaining the clients they have is to generate referrals and to […]

by June 25, 2020 0 comments Advisers, Industry, Research
Consumers hold the key – but which door will they open?

Consumers hold the key – but which door will they open?

Consumer sentiment and behaviour will play a critical role in any economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. Federal and State government policy settings must walk a fine line between managing […]

by June 9, 2020 0 comments Research
A financial cliff awaits Australia’s ‘pay later’ economy

A financial cliff awaits Australia’s ‘pay later’ economy

The coronavirus crisis has added a new dimension to the buy now, pay later economy, with many Australians and business owners heading towards a financial cliff they can see but […]

by June 4, 2020 0 comments Research, Risk
East coast hit hardest hit by COVID-19, as WA and SA expect to rebound

East coast hit hardest hit by COVID-19, as WA and SA expect to rebound

While some Australians consider the worst of the public health crisis to be over, those in the hardest-hit states on the Eastern seaboard are more pessimistic about the economic recovery.  […]

by May 28, 2020 0 comments Research
COVID-19 blow to gender employment parity doesn’t tell the whole story

COVID-19 blow to gender employment parity doesn’t tell the whole story

Women are more likely than men to have lost their job due to COVID-19, but the pandemic could drive greater employment parity in the long-term, CoreData’s latest research has found. […]

by May 21, 2020 0 comments Research
Struggling Australians still hesitant to drawdown on their retirement savings

Struggling Australians still hesitant to drawdown on their retirement savings

One in two Australians struggling with household bills admit if they were eligible to access their super early, they would be more concerned about reducing their retirement wealth than about […]

by May 21, 2020 0 comments Research, Superannuation
One in five believe avoiding a recession is worth 106,000 lives

One in five believe avoiding a recession is worth 106,000 lives

More than one in five Australians are willing to see tens of thousands of their compatriots fall victim to COVID-19 if it means the country will avoid going into a […]

by May 14, 2020 2 comments Research
Australians postpone mortgage pain as value of home loan repayment deferrals mounts

Australians postpone mortgage pain as value of home loan repayment deferrals mounts

Nearly one in five Australians with a mortgage expect to freeze repayments in the next 12 months, revealing the extent to which repayment holidays will help many homeowners avoid the […]

by May 14, 2020 0 comments Lending, Research
Baby boomer personal finances hit hard by COVID-19

Baby boomer personal finances hit hard by COVID-19

While millennials are feeling the effects of the pandemic on their mental health and wellbeing, CoreData research shows baby boomers are being hit harder in the hip pocket by COVID-19.  […]

by May 7, 2020 0 comments Advice, Research