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

  • Global Online Movie Ticketing Service Market 2020-2024

    ... of 7% during the forecast period. Our reports on global online movie ticketing service market provides a holistic analysis, market size and forecast, trends, growth drivers, and challenges, as well as vendor analysis covering around ... Read More

  • Mexico Insurance Q2 2020

    ... in both the life and non-life sector are well belowdeveloped market standards. A lack of affordability has been a primary barrier to growth however an expanding middle class inMexico is driving up demand for a ... Read More

  • Namibia Insurance Q2 2020

    ... growing enterprise sentiment and rising levels ofcommercial activity will all support premium expansion as macroeconomic headwinds subside in 2020. On the consumer front, lackof product awareness and limited incomes will continue to act as a ... Read More

  • Norway Insurance Q2 2020

    ... a number of strong fundamentals, includingvery high average income rates, a diverse competitive landscape and a well managed regulator which stringently enforcesnumerous compulsory covers. Rising investment and consumption rates will ensure continued premium growth, despite ... Read More

  • Philippines Insurance Q2 2020

    ... favourable economic environment will underpin a solid expansion in non-life premiums - with mostsub-sectors benefiting from higher volumes and/or prices. The life segment will benefit from the growth of household savings,better understanding from customers of ... Read More

  • Russia Insurance Q2 2020

    ... maturity. There are significant gaps in coverage, particularly in thelife insurance segment where per capita premiums in Russia's population of over 145mn are measured at less than USD60.Challenges in the market include low average income ... Read More

  • Serbia Insurance Q2 2020

    ... accounts for a significant majority of writtenpremiums, bolstered by compulsory covers in the leading motor and, to a lesser extent, property insurance segments. Uptake of lifeinsurance has been slower off the market and with density ... Read More

  • Singapore Insurance Q2 2020

    ... steady but subdued. We expect digital products and newdistribution channels to remain a key focus of providers, as they look to provide customers with flexibility. Meanwhile, the agreementof phase one in the trade dispute between ... Read More

  • Slovakia Insurance Q2 2020

    ... disposable income growth, robust household demand, astable macroeconomic headline environment and strong levels of enterprise sentiment. Furthermore, a relatively low interest rateenvironment will continue to support the sales of insurable goods such as homes and ... Read More

  • Switzerland Insurance Q2 2020

    ... factors such as rising incomes, mandatory coverrequirements and high levels of adoption will largely protect both sectors. Meanwhile, there are increasing concerns about the risingcost of healthcare premiums. However, the mandatory nature of cover will ... Read More

  • United Arab Emirates Real Estate Q2 2020

    ... supply that continues to grow, increasing vacancies causing downward pressure on rentals. Despite a real estate highercommittee being formed at the end of 2019 no formal directive has been put in place to face this ... Read More

  • Belgium Insurance Q2 2020

    ... and penetration. We are expecting uptake to be bolstered by highincomes, supportive demographics and a robust rate of product awareness. A stable headline macroeconomic environmentcoupled with potent spending powers, will continue to support insurance sales ... Read More

  • Botswana Insurance Q2 2020

    ... incomes and the increasingaffordability of life insurance products will underpin this development. Economic growth in Botswana continues to be lower thanexpected largely due to a decline in global diamond demand, which is likely to put ... Read More

  • El Salvador Insurance Q2 2020

    ... are rising relatively rapidly from a low base, while in the larger non-lifemarket demand remains high in the key motor and health and personal accident insurance segments. The market will remaindominated by basic, affordable lines ... Read More

  • Estonia Insurance Q2 2020

    ... insurers will be able to reach more first-time users through the development ofaffordable and accessible products, as well as efforts to educate consumers as to the benefits of cover. In the larger, more maturenon-life market, ... Read More

  • Hong Kong Insurance Q2 2020

    ... driven by rising demand from both domestic and mainlandChinese clients in the life segment. In the smaller non-life sector, high incomes and product innovation continue to supportcorporate and household demand for niche and standard coverage. ... Read More

  • Hungary Insurance Q2 2020

    ... life segment includecompetition from other savings opportunities and a lack of affordability for many households. Positive comments about theprospects for health insurance have yet to be really reflected in hard numbers reported by the insurers ... Read More

  • Bahrain Insurance Q2 2020

    ... include healthy GDP growth, expanding levels ofdisposable incomes, strong investor confidence and a robust infrastructure pipeline supporting economic diversification efforts.That said, negative risks stem from the low global oil price environment and fiscal consolidation efforts ... Read More

  • India Insurance Q2 2020

    ... a faster rate, however, the life sector will benefit from a rising mortality rateand good household income growth. New regulations allowing higher levels of FDI in the sector, coupled with the proposedmergers of non-life state ... Read More

  • Iran Banking & Financial Services Q2 2020

    ... capital and expertise. US sanctions on Iranian oil imports will also havean impact on its respective industries. While the partial easing of sanctions in 2016 has released previously frozen assets andallowed for increased foreign participation, ... Read More

  • Jordan Insurance Q2 2020

    ... unemployment and informal employment rates,inadequate enforcement of compulsory covers and cultural barriers in this majority Muslim country. We do anticipate some growthin the market over the short-term, primarily in the non-life sector where the motor ... Read More

  • Dominican Republic Insurance Q2 2020

    ... motor insurance, due to the low incomes of localhouseholds and the limited consumer awareness around life insurance and other discretionary lines. Slowly, we are starting to seeliving standards, and disposable incomes, creep upwards as the ... Read More

  • Finland Insurance Q2 2020

    ... shrinking workforce and low wage growth is placing pressure onpremiums and providers are also contending with increasing claims costs. In the non-life market, most lines are expected to expandwith the motor, personal accident and health ... Read More

  • Mexico Banking & Financial Services Q2 2020

    Mexico Banking & Financial Services Q2 2020 Key View: Read More

  • Honduras Insurance Q2 2020

    ... holding back the development of consumer driven lines,particularly life insurance. An often unsettled political and economic environment also makes this a challenging investmentdestination. On the upside, low rates of coverage mean the market is developing ... Read More

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