The African-American and Hispanic Markets: Wealth, Banking, and Payment Trends
The Financial Services Market: African Americans and Hispanics
Multicultural consumers—particularly African American and Hispanic consumers—are a key financial services growth target. Buoyed by post-recession economic growth, African American household wealth is expected to grow by 70% from 2010 to 2019, and the number of African American households with a net worth of $100,000 or more is expected to top 4.7 million in 2018. Likewise, rising household incomes and increasing wealth translate to a need for the financial services industry to target Hispanic consumers across a wider and deeper range of products and services. Hispanic household wealth is expected to grow by more than 90% from 2010 to 2019, and the number of Hispanic households with a net worth of $100,000 or more is expected to top 3.5 million in 2018.
The Financial Services Market: African Americans and Hispanics drills down into this population of multicultural consumers, examining household finances by demographic; analyzing net worth, asset, and debt trends; highlighting banking relationships and attitudes toward money management, financial institutions, and discrimination; and researching payment preferences and mobile banking, app, and wallet use. Heavy emphasis is placed on market sizing. Examples include total household wealth by various race/ethnicity demographic segments; the dollar value of payments made by various payment instruments; and active credit card wallet share of revolvers and transactors, by race/ethnicity. As such, the report provides an important marketing tool that can be used to target populations across a wide variety of financial services and products.
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