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  1. ICT investment trends in retail banks

    By: Current Analysis
    , Published: Dec-2016
    , Product code: CA0243CI
    survey of 127 retail banks suggests that ICT budgets are set to grow more than in 2014-15 in both absolute and percentage terms, as they tackle more “change the bank” rather than “run the bank” initiatives.
    $2,995.00

  2. Retail Banking Country Snapshot: Italy 2016

    By: Verdict Financial
    , Published: Dec-2016
    , Product code: VF0148CI
    The market for financial products in Italy is less concentrated than in other countries. With the exception of Intesa Sanpaolo and UniCredit, few providers have a significant market share. Across all products, the branch is still the key acquisition channel, although online is making inroads in the savings market. Mobile banking is still in its infancy, although a few providers are introducing mobile onboarding, and high smartphone ownership rates bode well for future adoption.
    $3,450.00

  3. Global Analytics and Risk Compliance Solutions for Banking Market 2016-2020

    By: Technavio
    , Published: Dec-2016
    , Product code: IRTNTR11172
    The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global analytics and risk compliance solutions for banking market for 2016-2020. To calculate the market size, the report considers the revenue generated from the Americas, APAC, and EMEA.
    $2,500.00

  4. Retail Banking Country Snapshot: Turkey 2016

    By: Verdict Financial
    , Published: Dec-2016
    , Product code: VF0146CI
    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 mobile services is one of the strongest in the region.
    $3,450.00

  5. Retail Banking Country Snapshot: Indonesia 2016

    By: Verdict Financial
    , Published: Dec-2016
    , Product code: VF0145CI
    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 the Indonesian retail banking sector.
    $3,450.00

  6. Retail Banking Country Snapshot: UAE 2016

    By: Verdict Financial
    , Published: Dec-2016
    , Product code: VF0063CI
    The UAE is overbanked with around 49 players, making it a fragmented and highly competitive market. Penetration is high and consumers are well informed and sophisticated, but the large number of expats in the UAE (over 90% of the population) creates unique requirements. Reputation is key, and customers favor established providers and traditional structures. Although online channels are gaining ground, awareness of fintech and peer to peer (P2P) providers remains low, and partnerships with existing banks are the best way of breaking into the market.
    $3,450.00

  7. UK Consumer Credit 2016: Forecasts and Future Opportunities

    By: Verdict Financial
    , Published: Dec-2016
    , Product code: VF00961A
    Consumer credit lending in 2016 will rise by 7%, but growth will slow over the forecast period, with balances outstanding reaching £292.5bn in 2020. Consumer confidence will maintain current demand, despite the uncertainty caused by the UK’s vote to leave the EU in June 2016. Strong competition is increasing the availability of credit but also weakening credit scoring criteria; consequently, there are signs that credit quality is deteriorating. Accommodating monetary policy should mitigate increases in the cost of credit due to higher inflation.
    $3,450.00

  8. Retail Banking Country Snapshot: Denmark 2016

    By: Verdict Financial
    , Published: Dec-2016
    , Product code: VF0144CI
    Danske Bank and Nordea are the leading providers in the current account and savings account markets, with Nykredit dominating the provision of mortgages. Although branches remain the most important channel for acquisition, online – and increasingly mobile – are the main channels for ongoing interaction for both complex and routine tasks. Only a minority of consumers have used fintech providers to date, and peer to peer (P2P) lending has yet to make a mark, with providers in this sector primarily targeting the SME market.
    $3,450.00

  9. Retail Banking Country Snapshot: Brazil 2016

    By: Verdict Financial
    , Published: Dec-2016
    , Product code: VF0143CI
    The Brazilian banking sector is highly consolidated, with a handful of large banks controlling a significant market share. Product ownership rates are high, particularly for current and savings accounts. Both younger and older age groups use branches often. Internet penetration in Brazil is low, and hence providers need to maintain a multi-channel approach or focus on specific geographical areas in the country. Consumers are generally conservative in their choice of provider, with a bias towards those with which they have an existing relationship. With new regulations being introduced by the Central Bank of Brazil, the market has opened up to new entrants to encourage greater competition within the sector.
    $3,450.00

  10. Retail Banking Country Snapshot: Malaysia 2016

    By: Verdict Financial
    , Published: Dec-2016
    , Product code: VF0062CI
    Malaysia is a mature market, albeit still developing in many aspects. Our research shows that the country’s consumers are very similar to those in developed nations in terms of embracing the convenience brought to banking through digital platforms – and banks in Malaysia have been quick to act on this potential. With a healthy economy and a bright outlook over the next few years, the market presents significant opportunities for providers across the retail banking spectrum.
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