New Zealand Banking System 2014: Market Structure, Opportunities, Best Practices

New Zealand Banking System 2014: Market Structure, Opportunities, Best Practices

Rare combination of mature market and significant growth: New Zealand is a fast developing country with a mature banking system with sound regulatory and sophisticated supervisory environment and with a banking account penetration of over 99.4%. 

Niche opportunities: The banking sector of New Zealand is dominated by four large subsidiaries of Australian banks, yet there is great potential for new market players to enter niche segments of the market.

Intelligent report: This report systematically collects and analyses the value proposition of registered banks in New Zealand, introduces market opportunities of great payoff-potentials and presents the best practices in the New Zealand banking sector.

Risks addressed: Registered banks in New Zealand are vulnerable to indebted households, the agriculture sector and short-term offshore borrowing – this paper reveals and analyses up-to-date market opportunities and points out the best practices available in the sector to address those vulnerabilities.

Comprehensive: This is one of the few off-the-shelf reports available that systematically collects, introduces each of the registered banks in New Zealand.

Beyond banks: This report provides an overview of the New Zealand credit union sector.

Detailed: This report is up-to-date (August 2014) and detailed (~44 pages long).

Smart analysis: This report highlights the strengths and weaknesses identified in the value proposition of each of New Zealand registered bank. It provides up-to-date and reliable data on performance, offered products and services.

Recommendations: This report describes and introduces 8 well-defined and clear market opportunities in New Zealand banking business for current players and for potential entrants.

1. Executive Summary
2. Market Structure
2.1. Overview
2.2. Registered Banks
Registered Banks in New Zealand: Total assets and Year of registration
Registered Banks in New Zealand: ATMs, bank branches and Facebook presence
3. Banks
3.1. ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited
Strengths, Weaknesses, Key information (CEO of the bank, Registration date, Official website)
This structure is repeated in case of each bank.
3.2. ASB Bank Limited
3.3. Bank of Baroda (New Zealand) Limited
3.4. Bank of India (New Zealand) Limited
3.5. Bank of New Zealand
3.6. China Construction Bank (New Zealand) Limited
3.7. Citi New Zealand
3.8. Commonwealth Bank of Australia New Zealand Branch
3.9. Deutsche Bank AG New Zealand
3.10. Heartland Bank Limited
3.11. ICBC New Zealand
3.12. J.P.Morgan Chase Bank, New Zealand Branch
3.13. Kiwibank Limited
3.14. Kookmin Bank Auckland Branch
3.15. Rabobank New Zealand Limited
3.16. Southland Building Society
3.17. The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Limited Auckland Branch
3.18. The Co-operative Bank Limited
3.19. The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited
3.20. TSB Bank Limited
3.21. Westpac New Zealand Limited
3.22. New Zealand Association of Credit Unions (NZACU)
4. Opportunities and Best Practices
4.1. Opportunity 1
Best Practice 1
4.2. Opportunity 2
Best Practice 2
4.3. Opportunity 3
Best Practice 3
4.4. Opportunity 4
Best Practice 4
4.5. Opportunity 5
4.6. Opportunity 6
Best Practice 6
4.7. Opportunity 7
Best practice 7
4.8. Opportunity 8
Best Practice 8
4.9. Other Opportunities
5. New Zealand Economy From a General Perspective
5.1. Overview
5.2. Demographics
5.3. The Economy
5.4. Banking Sector
6. Aggregators, Multiplicators, Infrastructure

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