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Financial Services Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

Financial services deal with the management of money. Any company involved in the management money are banks, credit unions, credit card companies, insurance suppliers, consumer finance, brokerage, and investment funds.

Financial service companies are highly regulated and audited. The term "financial services" became more prevalent in the United States partly as a result of the Gramm­Leach­Bliley Act of the late 1990s, which enabled different types of companies operating in the U.S. financial services industry at that time to merge. Global Financial Services industry includes, but is not limited to Automotive Financing, Credit Card, Financial Planning, Online Investing, Smart Cards, Insurance, Debit Cards, Online Banking and Real Estate.

Market reports are available in this Financial Services category will help you research specific topics or organizations operating in this industry. Market research reports provides insights into product and market trends, opportunities, projections, sales, and marketing strategies. Specifics on market share, segmentation, size, and growth by country are also featured.

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Financial Services Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Health Insurance Carriers

    ... and UnitedHealth Group (all based in the US), as well as AEGON (the Netherlands), Allianz (Germany), and BUPA (UK). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand for health insurance products is driven by cost of medical care. The profitability ... Read More

  • Insurance Agencies & Brokerages

    ... & Brown, and Marsh & McLennan (all based in the US), as well as Aon, Lloyd's, and Willis Towers Watson (all based in the UK). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Low interest rates, sluggish premium growth, and rising ... Read More

  • Denmark Insurance Q4 2018

    ... a result, the product offering in all sectors is comprehensive anddistribution channels are extensive, giving consumers excellent access to a range of covers. The growth outlook for this marketremains bright, despite already high rates of ... Read More

  • New Zealand Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... downside pressure from cooling mortgage growth. Lending to the agriculture sector, whichremains heavily indebted, is also likely to be weak. Regulators will likely continue to seek to strengthen the regulatory framework ofthe financial sector, particularly ... Read More

  • South Africa Insurance Q4 2018

    ... A key limiting factor is sluggish economic growth andhigh rates of unemployment which mean that many households remain excluded from traditional insurance covers. Should insurersbe able to expand the range of more affordable microinsurance products ... Read More

  • Uganda Insurance Q4 2018

    ... low levels of disposable income and customer confidence.Although the sector is dominated by foreign insurers, investment can be undermined by currency revaluations and high inflation,which devalues revenue in USD terms. Economic growth is, however, boosting ... Read More

  • Tanzania Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... than 170% over the 10-year period. Outside the banking industry, the insurance sector is set for strong growth,but from a very low base, and will not be a significant generator of investment. Asset management remains ... Read More

  • Greece Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... face significant downside risks. Declining assets over the short term could leave thebanking sector vulnerable, particularly in light of persistently high non-performing loans exposures and weak interest revenues. Highunemployment rates are also a major hindrance, ... Read More

  • Canada Insurance Q4 2018

    ... and business confidence remains high, and this willdrive new purchases in both life and non-life lines, with premiums expanding in the 3-4% range in both sectors through to 2022.While some parts of the industry, particularly ... Read More

  • Mexico Insurance Q4 2018

    ... dynamic competitive landscape. Awareness of theadvantages of insurance cover among households is also improving, while corporate consumers are benefiting due to theavailability of more diverse product ranges from a number of domestic and global carriers. ... Read More

  • Greece Insurance Q4 2018

    ... and insurance affordability of many Greek households. Nevertheless,a recovery in economic growth and consumer spending, which we expect to peak in 2018, will drive growth in a number of lines inthe short term. In particular, ... Read More

  • Sweden Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... platform in the Nordic region. The sector is expanding at a robust clip, thoughwe expect this to ease in the coming years in line with cooling GDP growth. Regulatory oversight has been overhauled over recentyears ... Read More

  • United Arab Emirates Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... asset management sectors are leading the region and are expected to continue their tremendousgrowth. Deposits and credit growth are expected to improve due to the positive macroeconomic outlook and total gross premiumsare anticipated to increase ... Read More

  • Italy Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... - as a result. After a period of decline and uncertainty, the banking sector is now on a more stablefooting, though high exposure to government debt and the burden of non-performing loans still pose risks. ... Read More

  • Lebanon Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... number of well-established domestic banks, many of which have expandedinto other regional markets, alongside some well-known international banks. The sector is considered one of the country'seconomic pillars, as it has demonstrated strong results in the ... Read More

  • Egypt Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... its robust position. The country is now in a more stable conditionand though there remain a number of risks related to the country's precarious economic recovery, opportunities for expansiondo exist in light of high rates ... Read More

  • Ghana Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... has seen significant consolidation in the banking sector, credit is set to grow on the back ofmonetary easing and improved asset quality. Coupled with a reduction in bad debt from the energy sector and reduced ... Read More

  • Mozambique Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... not expect to see significant growth inthe sector over the coming years, given the heavy state presence in the sector and weak regulatory oversight, which weigh heavilyon its overall attractiveness and ease of doing business. Read More

  • Jordan Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... by 1.5% in 2017, equating to 177.2% of GDP, making it one of the largesteconomic sectors in the country. We expect this trend to continue over the next five years, with total assets growing by ... Read More

  • Germany Insurance Q4 2018

    ... world, while penetration, in terms of premiums to GDP, is about3% in both markets. Despite this high level of maturity, the medium-term outlook for the Germany insurance industry remainsfavourable from a premiums-growth perspective. Stability in ... Read More

  • Jamaica Insurance Q4 2018

    ... this is that the life insurancecompanies should consolidate their positions a key providers of savings (and protection) solutions to households that can afford lifeinsurance. In the non-life segment, volumes and prices should rise for motor ... Read More

  • Austria Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... management companies and competitive insurance providers. The banking sector hasstabilised over recent years, having reduced exposure bad debts, and while growth in the domestic market is slow, access to fastergrowing regional markets should boost prospects. Read More

  • Bahrain Insurance Q4 2018

    ... life segment, three multi-national groups are the dominant providers of protection andsavings solutions to the expatriate workers on whom the economy depends. Overall, the total insurance market is growing by anaverage of 6.5% per annum ... Read More

  • Israel Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... of the market. Many of these banks are at least part-governmentowned, providing some stability, though their dominance drives down competition in the market and increases costs for Israelicustomers. Plans to increase competition in the credit ... Read More

  • Lithuania Insurance Q4 2018

    ... a hindrance to the insurance industry in the past, as has alack of awareness of the benefits of insurance cover. Both trends are now shifting, however, as solid domestic economic growthmeans that household income rates ... Read More

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