We speak to Alfie Mullan, Co-Founder of Eelah, the millennial focused financial advice firm. Find out why it’s so important to engage with millennials’ emotions in financial advice and how the industry could serve millennials better.Read More Spotlight on… Alfie Mullan, Eelah
A look at the best millennial finance stories of the past fortnight. Find out whether you can learn about money through reading someone’s financial diary and why millennials are more open about talking about salaries. Plus, why the financial relationship between millennials and their parents isn’t all it seems.Read More The best millennial finance stories from the past fortnight
We speak to Max Rofagha, Co-founder of financial education fintech Finimize about why he and his colleagues set it up, what’s behind the rise of financial education start-ups and how the financial crisis affected millennials.Read More Spotlight on…. Max Rofagha, Co-founder, Finimize
In this Spotlight feature, Araminta, founder of the Financially Mint blog, talks about her new student money series, why apps are so useful for millennials and why she thinks everyone should read “Rich Dad Poor Dad”.Read More Spotlight on… Financially Mint
The best millennial finance stories of the past fortnight. Find out what the New York Stock Exchange and consumer giant Procter and Gamble are doing to make themselves more accessible to millennials, why we shouldn’t blame millennials for being snowflakes and what’s behind the success of Renfinery29’s Money Diaries?Read More The best millennial stories of the past fortnight
We talk to Mike Georgeson, Founder and CEO of online rental platform RentalStep, about how landlords and tenants can work together more harmoniously, why there’s no substitute for saving and what the thinking is behind ‘RentalStep Redi’, the new mortgage tool.Read More Spotlight on…Mike Georgeson, Founder and CEO, RentalStep
The best millennial finance stories of the past fortnight. Find out how millennials are driving the impact investing movement, why some millennial homeowners have ‘buyers’ remorse’ and why millennials could be missing out on free money.Read More The best millennial finance stories of the past fortnight
Building up a good credit rating is an essential way for millennials to become more financially independent. Not only can a better credit rating help to give you access to credit cards and other simple financial products, it can give you that all important edge when it comes to getting a mortgage.
We speak to millennial advisers and other financial experts, who give their top tips on building up a good credit rating.Read More How to build up your credit rating
We speak to Hannah Gilbert, author of ShareAction’s recent report, “Pensions for the next generation: communicating what matters” which looks at how the pension industry can help savers engage with socially responsible investing.Read More Spotlight on… Hannah Gilbert, author of “Pensions for the Next Generation: communicating what matters”
Experts give us their views on what the financial services industry can be doing to engage with the millennial generation.Read More How can financial institutions better engage with millennials?
In our latest Spotlight piece, we speak to Megan Rimmer, a paraplanner at Fairstone Financial, about what the industry could do to better engage with millennials and how how she’s doing this through her personal blog.Read More Spotlight on…. Megan Rimmer
In this Spotlight, we meet the hosts of new millennial-centric podcast, ‘The Bull Sessions”. Find out why they think podcasts are such a vital medium for the 20 – 30 year old market and what makes them such an important group to target.Read More Spotlight on… The Bull Sessions
The best millennial finance stories of the past fortnight. Find out why millennials in the U.K. have higher living costs but lower pay than their European counterparts. Plus, why is the number of millennial entrepreneurs growing?Read More The best millennial finance stories of the past fortnight
Older millennials were disproportionately hit by the 2008 financial crisis and many are still feeling its effects. It’s important the Government doesn’t pass over this age group when it comes to policy making, in favour of those under 30.Read More The government shouldn’t forget older millennials – they’re the real lost generation