Let’s keep up the Moggmentum Could old Etonian Jacob Rees-Mogg be a foil to the unstoppable rise of Jeremy Corbyn? “What millennials warm to [about Rees-Mogg] is his extraordinary authenticity” says James Delingpole in The Spectator, as he looks at Rees-Mogg’s rapid ascension through the Tory party ranks. Gen Z nothing like millennials, prof warns […]Read More What we’ve been reading – Top millennial stories from the past week
Millennials – those aged between 18 and 34 – are an increasingly important subset of society. Not only are they growing in affluence, they are also growing in influence. But despite this many, including in the financial services sector, still struggle to understand how best to reach them. Scepticism remains about whether this group is […]Read More Millennial matters: reaching the next generation
To paraphrase The Sun, it was the young that won it. Well, not exactly, but early estimates from Thursday’s General Election put turnout amongst 18-24 year olds at 72% (although official figures have not yet been released). The rise in the number of young voters seems to have done much to elevate Jeremy Corbyn from hapless […]Read More Five ways high youth turnout could reshape the UK
So I have 17 weeks to get myself sorted out before the Sandman triathlon in September – and it’s a daunting prospect. I’m relatively happy with the running and cycling (although there’s plenty of r… Source: Hospital and training begins in earnestRead More Hospital and training begins in earnest
Research by the Insolvency Service has found that young women are overtaking young men in the indebtedness stakes. According to the study, last year 7.8 women aged between 18 and 24 in every 10,000 adults became insolvent, compared with just 4.0 of men of the same age. This trend also continued in the 25-34 year […]Read More Are young women falling behind young men in the financial education stakes?
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The UK is embracing digital banking according to a new report published by the BBA this week. ‘The way we bank now‘ found that millions of people are now using banking apps, and mobile banking is growing faster than internet banking was ten years ago. As well as this, it predicted the decline of bank […]Read More The way young people bank now