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The Future of Partnerships

By 2020 the world will have over 20 billion connected devices, affecting everything from the way you sleep to how you run your businesses. The Wall Street Journal, Target Group and Tech Mahindra have come together to share their thoughts across digital, disruption, automation and specialization, in this connected reality.

Brand loyalty a double edged sword to the ANZ insurance industry

Results uncovered by Target Group in their latest whitepaper; Myth v Reality, the expectation gap in the ANZ insurance industry, provides tangible evidence of strong brand loyalty.

Target Group wins Best Online Payments Solution (Consumer) at the 2016 Payments Awards

We are delighted to announce that yesterday evening we were awarded “Best Online Payments Solution (Consumer)" at the 2016 Payments Awards in London.

CML monthly lending figures

All indications are that lending has bounced back this month after a dip in July and August. Fears that the market may be cooling over the longer term post the referendum seem unfounded as first time buyer activity in particular is increasing, which is encouraging.

Target Group hires Jeremy Edwards as Chief Client Officer

Target Group, the financial services outsourcing and software provider, has today announced the appointment of Jeremy Edwards as the company’s Chief Client Officer (CCO).

What is the Future of Lending?

As Co-Group CEO at Target Group I’m often fortunate enough to have a front row seat to witness genuine innovation in financial services. Recently there have been some changes in the lending market in particular that seem to portent exciting times ahead.

Could complexity create problems for popular ISA wrappers?

In a relatively short space of time the number of ISA wrappers available to investors has increased and therefore the level of complexity associated with each product has increased too.

Ian and Bill’s monthly review – October

As the dust continues to settle following Brexit, the economic landscape is at least becoming a little clearer. The Bank of England has acted by cutting the base interest rate, to a new historic low of 0.25%.

Brexit: What now for lenders?

The result of the EU Referendum unleashed a wave of uncertainty as central banks, investors, spenders, savers and borrowers alike watched on to see how the result hit the economy.