The Market Research Centre has access to a variety of databases that cover various markets. Enterprise Ireland clients can view any of the below reports and more relating to the Financial Services Market.

The world of financial services is fast changing. Fin-tech innovations are beginning to shake up the market and improve and streamline financial services and disrupt the order of things.- Marketline

BCC Research:

  • Financial Services Global Market Briefing 2018
  • Accounting Services Global Market Briefing 2018
  • Enterprise Resource Planning (EPR) Technologies: Global Markets to 2022
  • Professional Services Global Market Briefing 2018


  • Consumer Finance (by Country)
  • Other Banking and Financial Services (by Country)
  • Finance and Insurance (by Country)
  • The impact of online retail in Asia Pacific on Financial Services and Consumer Payments
  • The impact of Fin-tech on Consumer Payments and Financial Services

Frost & Sullivan:

  • The Role of Bots in Financial Services, 2018
  • Bio-metrics in Financial Services, Forecast to 2022
  • AI and Big Data Technologies transforming Financial Services


  • IT Metrics Data 2019: Key Industry Measures: Banking and Financial Services Analysis
  • How AI Fin-tech Vendors are Disrupting Financial Services

IBIS World:

  • Finance in Australia
  • Commercial Banks in China
  • Commercial Banks in United States / by state
  • Investment Banking & Securities in United States/ by state


  • Future of Financial Services: 5 new trends changing the banking, insurance, payments & wealth management industries.

Plimsoll (UK only):

  • Financial Services
  • Financial Claims Management
  • Independent Financial Advisers


EBSCO and Proquest databases can also be used to search for articles on different sectors for the Vitamins, Minerals and Dietary Supplement market.

To view these reports or for further queries contact the Market Research Centre at The Market Research Centre is open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm.

Important Note: All databases are subject to copyright. The use of cameras and USBs is strictly prohibited.

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