Millennials on money

Mar 20, 05:00 AM

What do you think of when you hear the word ‘millennial’? The archetype most prevalent in advertising and popular culture is one of an early-twenties, affluent (but not too affluent), city-dweller. But the 1.8 billion generation known as millennials are anywhere between the ages of 23 and 37 – by and large they have left undergraduate education, are well established in the workforce and their spending habits have moved from the novelty to the norm.

CJ Fildes and Eliza Grimond join the podcast this week to talk about the latest research on how millennials are engaging with their finances, from real-time spending habit feedback to challenger banks and understanding the need to invest and save for longer.

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•    CJ Fildes, Senior Communications Manager, Personal Investing
•    Eliza Grimond, Investment Writer

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