Population ageing and the implications for finanical markets

Wilson, Jill, Tilse, Cheryl, Setterlund, Deborah, Rosenman, Linda, Morrison, David, Harrison, Gai and Peut, Jennie (2005) Population ageing and the implications for finanical markets. Journal of Banking & Financial Services, 119 1: 14-16.

Author Wilson, Jill
Tilse, Cheryl
Setterlund, Deborah
Rosenman, Linda
Morrison, David
Harrison, Gai
Peut, Jennie
Title Population ageing and the implications for finanical markets
Journal name Journal of Banking & Financial Services
ISSN 1445-4351
Publication date 2005-02
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 119
Issue 1
Start page 14
End page 16
Total pages 3
Editor Carmel Lococo
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Publisher Australasian Institute of Banking and Finance
Collection year 2004
Language eng
Subject 370200 Social Work
730300 Health and Support Services
1607 Social Work
Abstract How will financial institutions respond to the transactions and asset management needs of both the ageing population and their carers? The ageing of the population has generated increased interest from both government and business, including banking and financial services, in the sorts of services that will be required by older people, and how their money and property will be managed. This article examines the trends and implications for banking practice of this increasing population of customers and their carers.
Keyword Aged
Financial management
Consumer protection
Banking regulation
Administrative law
Q-Index Code CX

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