1131.0 - Directory of Superannuation Related Statistics, 1997  
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Public Perceptions of Financial Institutions and Intermediaries

Name of Organisation
LIMRA International
Level 9
2 Elizabeth Plaza
NORTH SYDNEY NSW 2060
Switchboard: (02) 9929 4955
Facsimile: (02) 9922 6791
Web Site: www.limra.com
Email: 100242.622@compuserve.com

Products and Services
Name/Title of Product
Public Perceptions of Financial Institutions and Intermediaries.
Dissemination Media
Publication. Price on application.

Contact
About these statistics and to purchase these statistics
Ms Ingrid Selene
Regional Director
Strategic Resources
Telephone: (02) 9929 4955

Broad Description
Consumers' recent purchases of financial products, purchasing behaviour, contacts with and perceptions of financial institutions and intermediaries.

Purpose of Data
To identify comparative perceptions of financial institutions and intermediaries and to investigate how these relate to purchasing behaviour.

Detailed Description
Population
Financial decision makers in households.
Superannuation Data Items

  • Superannuation ownership
  • Products purchased in the last three years
  • Sources of advice for purchases
  • Channel through which product purchased
  • Factors influencing choice of intermediary and choice of company
  • Quality of service
  • Public image of financial institutions and intermediaries.

Source
Data collected by an independent research company.

Method of Collection
Face to face interview with representatives of 500 randomly selected households.

Frequency
Irregular.

Timeliness
Not applicable.

Historical Data
Last published in 1994.

Geographic Breakdown
Five major capital cities (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth).

Confidentiality and Availability
Aggregate statistics may be made available on request.

Unpublished Information
Additional data may be available on request.


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