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JCB learns from experience with new mobile wallet

The JCB Mobile Wallet will require significant long-term investment to garner any real payoffs - particularly with regards to its features and offers - as nearly half of Japanese consumers currently have a mobile wallet but do not use it.

Published By Datamonitor
16 Nov 2012
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Jump Money: helping consumers to identify gaps in their protection cover

Consumers are worryingly disengaged from the life insurance industry. Datamonitor's Financial Services Consumer Insight Survey 2011 reveals that only 43% of consumers in the UK have any form of life insurance. Even those consumers who actually have insurance may be holding cover that does not adequately meet their needs. Jump Money's online tool therefore aims to inform and engage customers.

Published By Datamonitor
11 Jul 2011
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Kirin: refocusing on beverage business

Kirin is to sell its entire stake in Kirin Yakult NextStage, the health food joint venture set up with Yakult in Japan in October 2006. Although the unit currently appears to be struggling, Yakult should be able to use its reputation to capitalize on the growing health food market in Japan. Kirin, meanwhile, will focus on its core strengths in the beverage market.

Published By Datamonitor
24 Nov 2008
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Kraft pulls iSnack2.0 name after backlash, but publicity may have done more good than harm

Vegemite, one of the most popular food brands in Australia, has been forced to scrap the ill-fitting name 'iSnack2.0' after being lambasted both by consumers and the media. Despite the widespread criticism of the name and its withdrawal, Datamonitor views the intense media debate as a boon to a brand struggling with slowing sales.

Published By Datamonitor
05 Oct 2009
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Lack of trust the greatest barrier to advice

Following the defeat of the FoFA disallowance motion in Australia, establishing trust in the advisor-client relationship is becoming more important than ever.

Published By Datamonitor
16 Jul 2014
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Latin American migrants most underbanked

New research by Datamonitor Financial has found that migrants from Latin America are the least likely of any immigrant group to have a current account.

Published By Datamonitor
07 Nov 2013
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Lenders looking to grow profits need to turn their attention to the near prime market

Overall demand for consumer credit in the UK remains weak. According to Datamonitor research, the proportion of UK consumers with a personal loan fell from 24% in 2011 to just 17% in 2012, with borrowers focusing on paying off existing debts. However, providers operating in the near prime market have recently posted impressive gains, highlighting the huge opportunities for growth in this sector.

Published By Datamonitor
27 Sep 2012
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LevelUp's iBeacon support a strong first step

LevelUp's move to incorporate Apple's iBeacon technology into its service offering highlights a growing trend among payment technology providers looking to promote the use of BLE technology and location-based offers among merchants.

Published By Datamonitor
22 Jul 2014
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Lloyds branch disposal faces obstacles to a timely sale

Co-operative Bank and NBNK are the only bidders known to have submitted formal proposals for the branches and associated customer accounts that Lloyds is being forced to sell. Lloyds needs to sell quickly to pre-empt September's report from the Independent Commission on Banking, which may recommend a larger disposal to promote competition, while customer reaction may delay the sale further.

Published By Datamonitor
21 Jul 2011
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Lloyds TSB is first to overhaul its packaged account sales process

Banks are keen to increase the number of lucrative packaged account customers but they continue to wrestle with the issue of how best to sell these products. The threat of another mis-selling scandal and the need to meet new regulatory requirements will force banks to change the way in which they sell.

Published By Datamonitor
21 Dec 2012

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