Newly published Crowdfund RES report

A new report highlights the successes, challenges, and lessons learned by Abundance and our peers. Read more...

Abundance ‘pink’ papers

Each Abundance 'pink' paper, expanding on the results of various GBM surveys and in order from newest to oldest. Read more...

Great British Money Survey: trends

The Great British Money Surveys ask some questions to gauge how our attitudes and actions with money change over time. Here are the results from each 'trend' question. Read more...

Abundance White Paper: Innovative Finance ISA. Funding the new economy?

With the results of the latest Great British Money Survey we've produced a white paper summarising some of the most interesting findings. Download it here. Read more...

Where is Alternative Finance heading? 5 pointers

What does becoming mainstream mean for alternative finance? The latest Alternative Finance report by Nesta and the University of Cambridge provides five pointers. Read more...

Survey results

All the results from independent research, commissioned by Abundance and carried out by OnePoll. Includes reports and white papers. Read more...

The Big Five should watch their backs

Despite trust in banks falling dramatically since the financial crisis, the Big Five have failed to make enough changes for the UK public to consider them trustworthy. It’s costing them – in customer numbers and profit. Read more...

It isn’t easy to find ethical

When a majority of people wants their money to be providing them with a decent return while not harming our future, why do ‘ethical’ funds account for just 1-2% of the total UK fund industry? Read more...

Divestment isn’t niche. People just need to know what it is

Despite more noise, most people still don’t know what divestment is. Tell them, though, and it becomes clear that it’s something that’s on their minds. Read more...

You can call me ethical

What does it mean to be ethical? Is it a luxury of the wealthy? Shouldn’t we all just follow our self interest via the profit motive and let the ‘invisible hand’ do the rest? Read more...