May 24, 2022

Minimising business risk in Northern Ireland

MarketVue Business Banking

Author:
Philippa Whitham, Senior Director
MarketVue provides financial services brands detailed insights into the behaviours, perceptions and experiences of business customers.

Having just left the two most unpredictable years of the 21st century to date. The ramifications of the global pandemic and Brexit will be felt for years to come.


The past two years were without doubt the most uncertain of the 21st century so far, with the impact of a global pandemic and the repercussions of Brexit likely to be felt by Northern Irish businesses for many years to come.

It is perhaps therefore surprising that only 68% of businesses in Northern Ireland (NI) currently have some form of business insurance according to Savanta’s MarketVue Business Banking data. This is 10 percentage points higher than the end of 2019, but still suggests that many business owners are unphased by, or unprepared for, the threats they could be facing.

To get a better understanding of business risk, Savanta asked over 200 Northern Irish businesses with a turnover of £0-1 billion to evaluate their perception of a variety of threats. Our free mini-report highlights findings including:

  • Average business threat
  • Reputational and customer risks

Download our mini report here

MarketVue provides financial services brands detailed insights into the behaviours, perceptions and experiences of business customers. Comprehensive, reliable and with years of historical data, MarketVue is an essential brand management and monitoring tool used by all major financial institutions and agencies.

For more information please contact Philippa Whitham, Senior Director, Financial Services at philippa.whitham@savanta.com.


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