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Our Services

CoreData Research understands the boundaries of research are limitless, and with the thirst for new research capabilities driven by customer demand, CoreData Research in recent years has began a global expansion into Asia and Europe.

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Our Panel

CoreData currently has a panel of 132,000 members providing a true representation of the Australian population. All socio economic areas are covered from high net worth investors to students, with labour market representation from finance professionals to small business owners, and demographics from city to regional and rural dwellers.

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Shadow Shopping

CoreData Research conducts hundreds of Shadow shopping events each year across a wide range of financial services offered by banks, brokers and financial advisors. Since 2003, CoreData has built up a massive store of Shadow shopping data history allowing current shopping programs to be benchmarked over time.

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Recent Research Projects

Post-Retirement Report
March 2015

This nationwide study attempts to understand the inherent challenges associated with retaining super fund members post retirement.

SMSF Professionals Report
February 2015

CoreData’s SMSF Professionals Report provides insights into how SMSF professionals are approaching the SMSF sector, including what services their business offers, who their clients are, how they charge their clients, the extent of technology use and business growth expectations.

CoreData Syndicated Superannuation Brand Research
January 2015

This study will enable superannuation funds to track their brand awareness, perceptions, identification and intention and compare them against competitors and the broader industry.

Member Growth Report 2014
December 2014

With baby boomers hitting retirement age, funds across Australia are witnessing a shift from accumulation to decumulation among many of their highest value members. While funds have to focus on keeping older higher value members by offering appropriate product and service solutions, they also have to focus on the future – that is on younger generations who will provide future growth for funds.