Boring Money works with the financial services industry, providing research and insights, content marketing and events. For more details on what we do, please see below.

If you are interested in any of the below, please contact Carmel Dickinson to discuss further:
Carmel@boringmoney.co.uk
Landline: 0207 749 5140
Mobile: 07852 361168

What we do

Content

We will not solve the consumer engagement issue with another boring corporate video. We work with the financial services industry to help you to make better content for your customers and prospective customers.

Our award-winning content

Insights

Good research isn’t just another document with 100 pie charts. It informs the creation of better products and services. We work to help you understand your customers, and ultimately, to help you make better products and services.

What does good look like?

Events

Good events are like parties. It’s all about who’s invited. Our excellent network and attention to detail creates memorable events. Our annual flagship event, It’s the Consumer, Stupid!, will be back in 2017, as will our biannual women’s event Women Invest Too.

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Important stuff!

Holly and the team have worked in the finance industry for many years but we are not regulated to give you personal financial advice, nor are we regulated by the industry watchdog (although we do talk to them a lot). For every story on this site about a good investment, or something which went up by 10% or made someone £200, we could share a story about a bad investment, something which fell by 10% or lost someone £200. Nothing’s certain when investing so if you’re really unsure, or dealing with complicated stuff like working out what to do with a pension when you retire, we’d really suggest you get some financial advice. Here are some tips on  how to pick a good financial adviser. Or check out Unbiased or VouchedFor. Just remember, commission has been banned now so advisers need to be very clear with you about what you are paying them and when.