DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Economic Times Wealth, Retail Investor's & Consumer Surveys - Baseline Report" report to their offering.
The Baseline Report will give info and insights on the detailed profile of the Urban Internet population of India and an overview of the financial behaviour of consumers across each Financial Asset class, by various geographies and segments, throwing light on:
- No. of consumers investing in the Asset class (penetration of digitally connected Urban Indians)
- Average number of products held in each Investment class
- Since how long (in years) they have been investing in the Asset class
- Purchase intent in the next 1 year of that Asset class
In the past decade, the Internet has been the biggest equaliser. Information is now just a click away. Subsequently, gaining awareness about complex financial and investment products is no longer a formidable task. As financial practices become simplified, and the Government continues to surge ahead with schemes like the Jan-Dhan Yojana, Direct Subsidy Transfer and others, the country's economic map is changing as more get included.
The result: The growth trajectory of the financial sector in India can really get ahead of the curve in no time. But to attain that, it has to ensure that the country's Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI) sector is aligned to the consumers' needs.
A majority of the ET Wealth RICS respondents are residing in India and hail from big towns. The respondents are in their mid-thirties with almost all having some form of a savings account.
Key Topics Covered:
1. About ET Wealth RICS & Research Methodology
2. Executive Summary: Key Highlights of the Baseline Survey
3. Understanding the profile of Urban Internet population by demographics
4. Distribution of the products among Urban Netizens
- Investments - Mutual Fund, Stocks & Shares, Public Provident Fund, Bank Fixed Deposits
- Savings - Bank Account, Post Office
- Loans - Home, Personal, Education, Car/Vehicle, Credit Card
- Real Estate
- Insurance - Life, Vehicle, Medical
5. Ownership of Products by Consumer Segments
6. Investment product combination with maximum reach - Turf
For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/hmfbtw/economic_times