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Retail Banking Country Snapshot: Indonesia 2016

$3,450.00
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, Published: Dec-2016
Indonesia has a sizable segment that resembles a development stage similar to markets such as Malaysia. Consumers within this segment are very much like those in developed markets, whereby they embrace the convenience brought to banking by digital platforms and are sensitive about price. On the other hand, a significant proportion of the adult population still do not have a bank account. This highlights the massive opportunities that lie ahead in.....

Retail Banking Country Snapshot: Turkey 2016

$3,450.00
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, Published: Dec-2016
Turkey has a growing financial services market, enlivened by the innovative approach traditional banks have taken. Ownership of key financial products is widespread, with consumers favoring local providers that have a good reputation. Fintech providers are widely known in the country, though the traditional banks have developed advanced online and mobile services. Usage of branches for more complex interactions endures, though usage of online and.....

Retail Banking Country Snapshot: Canada 2016

$3,450.00
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, Published: Nov-2016
The market for most financial products in Canada is largely controlled by the top five banks, although non-bank lenders have made significant inroads into the mortgage market in recent years. Consumers have conservative preferences, opting for providers on the basis of reputation, branch presence, and pricing. Mobile is now the preferred channel for routine transactions for around a tenth of consumers, and this proportion will rise as older consu.....

Retail Banking Country Snapshot: Singapore 2016

$3,450.00
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, Published: Nov-2016
Singapore has a highly concentrated market for most financial products, with DBS, POSB, and OCBC dominating the provision of current accounts, savings accounts, and mortgages. Consumers are cautious in their choice of provider, favoring those with strong reputations and nearby branches. Mobile is now a significant channel for routine transactions, although use is heavily skewed towards younger age groups. Satisfaction with digital channels is sig.....

Retail Banking Country Snapshot: Sweden 2016

$3,450.00
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, Published: Nov-2016
Sweden has a competitive market for most financial products, with only Swedbank maintaining a dominant position in the provision of current accounts, savings accounts, and mortgages. Overall, consumers are cautious in their choice of provider, favoring those with strong reputations and nearby branches. However, comparisons between life stage segments differ significantly. Young Swedish consumers are much more inclined to act on recommendations th.....

Retail Banking Country Snapshot: Mexico 2016

$3,450.00
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, Published: Nov-2016
While the market for current accounts and savings in Mexico is largely controlled by the four largest commercial banks, state-backed lenders dominate the mortgage market. Consumers place a lot of emphasis on ethical values, and this attribute is an important driver of choice across all key products. Branches remain vitally important for research, acquisition, and ongoing interactions, with online rarely being enabled for on boarding purposes.

Retail Banking Country Snapshot: US 2016

$3,450.00
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, Published: Nov-2016
The US is a very competitive market for all financial products. Product ownership rates are high, particularly for current accounts and savings accounts. Both younger and older age groups use branches often, meaning there is considerable scope for providers to encourage greater use of digital channels. As the market for financial services is fragmented, US consumers tend to favor local brands with a reputation for financial stability. Regulatory .....

Retail Banking Country Snapshot: Norway 2016

$3,450.00
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, Published: Nov-2016
Norway has a competitive market for most financial products, with only DNB maintaining a dominant position in the provision of current accounts, savings accounts, and mortgages. Overall, consumers are cautious in their choice of provider, favoring those with strong reputations and nearby branches. However, comparisons between life stage segments differ significantly. Norwegian consumers are not as price sensitive as other markets in the region. D.....

Retail Banking Country Snapshot: Australia 2016

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Oct-2016
The Australian financial services market is highly developed, although it is largely dominated by its big four – Commonwealth Bank (CBA), NAB, Westpac, and ANZ, which each own a number of other banks with strong brands in the market such as St.George, Bank west, and Bank of Melbourne. The country has a very large banked population who favor providers with good reputations and competitive rates. Although a sizable minority of consumers have alread.....

Retail Banking Country Snapshot: Germany 2016

$3,450.00
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, Published: Oct-2016
Local and co-operative banks, such as the Sparkassen and Volksbanken Raiffeisenbanken, dominate the retail banking market in Germany, with private commercial banks having a much smaller presence. Consumers strongly favor providers with good reputations, and personal recommendations are particularly important to younger age groups. Branches remain the most used acquisition channel across all products, although satisfaction levels for ongoing inter.....

Retail Banking Country Snapshot: China

$3,450.00
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, Published: Oct-2016
The Chinese banking market is opening up to new entrants in order to encourage greater competition within the sector, and investment in banking infrastructure is likely to speed up digital expansion. The market for financial services in China is concentrated, with an oligopoly of five banks that service 72% of the market. Younger age groups use branches more often, meaning there is considerable scope for providers to encourage greater use of digi.....

Retail Banking Country Snapshot: Russia

$3,450.00
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, Published: Oct-2016
Russia’s economic crisis continues to negatively impact the market. Russian consumers have shown a preference towards conservative banking practices that can provide them with added security and stability amid a market in turmoil. Consumers favor providers that have a good reputation and with whom they have an existing relationship. Fintech providers are well known.

Retail Banking Country Snapshot: New Zealand

$3,450.00
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, Published: Oct-2016
New Zealand has a highly concentrated market for most financial products, with ANZ, ASB, and Westpac dominating the provision of current accounts, savings accounts, and mortgages. Consumers are cautious in their choice of provider, favoring those with strong reputations and nearby branches. Mobile is now a significant channel for routine transactions, although use is heavily skewed towards younger age groups. Satisfaction with digital channels is.....

Retail Banking Country Snapshot: Taiwan 2016

$3,450.00
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, Published: Oct-2016
Taiwan has an advanced but overcrowded financial services market. Ownership of the key financial products is widespread, with consumers favoring providers that have a good reputation and with which they have an existing relationship. Although internet and mobile services are comprehensively available, local consumers still demonstrate a preference towards the branch channel over digital, in part due to Taiwan’s urban structure facilitating branch.....

Open API Banking: Defining the Potential and Opportunities; Strategies for a world of open banking

$5,250.00
By:
, Published: Sep-2016
Regulatory and technological developments are pushing banks in Europe and the UK to open up access to their systems and data via the use of application programming interfaces (APIs). If banks embrace the concept, they will be able to become one-stop shops for the best products on the market, crowdsource the development of new services, and generate revenue by selling access to their data and capabilities.

Retail Banking Country Snapshot: UK

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Sep-2016
The UK has a mature and highly developed retail banking sector, with high levels of ownership across all four key products. The market is also highly concentrated, with a handful of large providers dominating the industry. However, a growing number of entrants are seeking to challenge the incumbents. The growth of digital channels will also affect distribution and servicing.

Mass Affluents: Channel Use in Hong Kong

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Sep-2016
The size of the mass affluent market in Hong Kong is estimated to be around 3.2 million individuals. Considering its size, the segment is more lucrative than even the HNW segment. It can easily be categorized as the most important segment for providers in Hong Kong. Given that Hong Kong is a financial hub in Asia Pacific, the banking environment itself is filled with a vast amount of financial management products for consumers to choose from. Thi.....

Mass Affluents: Channel Use in China

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Sep-2016
Mass affluent populations around the world are growing in size, making them an increasingly important segment for financial providers. These consumers possess more financial products than average, maintain higher levels of savings and investments, and are more likely to use added-value services. This makes them an attractive and profitable segment to target.

Mass Affluents: Channel Use in Singapore

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Aug-2016
Singaporean mass affluents tend to be older, and thus are slightly more conservative when it comes to digital advancement in banking. They are also more loyal than their retail counterparts. This consumer segment is very comfortable with the online channel and providers will need to maintain a user-friendly platform to meet the banking needs of the mass affluent segment. Security measures overall, but particularly with mobile banking, inhibit ado.....

Mass Affluents: Product Holding and Preferences in the UK

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Jul-2016

Mass affluent populations around the world are growing in size, making them an increasingly important segment for financial providers. These consumers possess more financial products than average, maintain higher levels of savings and investments, and are more likely to use added-value services. This makes them an attractive and profitable segment to target.

Mass Affluents: Channel Use in Australia

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Jul-2016
Australian mass affluents skew towards the older ages, and thus are slightly more conservative when it comes to digital advancement in banking. Although they fully utilize the online channel they are not yet embracing mobile as much as the retail segment. This will change, however, and authorized deposit-taking institutions need to be ready for this with apps that can accommodate them. This consumer segment is very much comfortable with the onlin.....

Mass Affluents in China: Product Holding and Preferences

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Jul-2016
Mass affluent populations around the world are growing in size, making them an increasingly important segment for financial providers. These consumers possess more financial products than average, maintain higher levels of savings and investments, and are more likely to use added-value services. This makes them an attractive and profitable segment to target.

Mass Affluents: Product Holding and Preferences in Singapore

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Jun-2016

Mass affluent populations around the world are growing in size, making them an increasingly important segment for financial providers. These consumers possess more financial products than average, maintain higher levels of savings and investments, and are more likely to use added-value services. This makes them an attractive and profitable segment to target.

Mass Affluents: Product Holding and Preferences in Australia

$3,450.00
By:
, Published: Jun-2016
The Australian mass affluent segment is very savvy when it comes to managing their finances. Compared to retail consumers, mass affluent also have greater liquidity, allowing them to take advantage of their extra cash to maximize returns and reduce cost through their financial product holdings. In general, mass affluent are sensitive towards APR and will shop around for financial products or use a combination of products that give them the best r.....

Banks in Egypt

$350.00
By:
, Published: Jun-2016
Banks in Egypt industry profile provides top-line qualitative and quantitative summary information including: market size (value 2011-15, and forecast to 2020). The profile also contains descriptions of the leading players including key financial metrics and analysis of competitive pressures within the market. Essential resource for top-line data and analysis covering the Egypt banks market. Includes market size and segmentation data, textual and.....