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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

  • Zambia Insurance Q1 2020

    ... wider economic growth will help to support continuedgrowth in the life sector We remain relatively cautious about the prospects for the non-life sector owing to the country's largeproportion of low-income households which are generally unable ... Read More

  • Italy Insurance Q1 2020

    ... far larger life sector will grow faster than the non-life sector, which is heldback by poor uptake of cover beyond mandatory lines of business. Health insurance offers the strongest growth potential, withdemographic factors and fiscal ... Read More

  • Kazakhstan Insurance Q1 2020

    ... employment andincome rates, which will help to make insurance more affordable for many households. There are extensive restrictions on foreigninsurers, which leaves domestics providers as the sole beneficiaries of expected growth. These insurers will need ... Read More

  • Kuwait Banking & Financial Services Q1 2020

    ... in the region have outpaced it in a number of areas, mainly due to an inadequate regulatoryframework. With recent regulatory reforms, increased government spending and a revised strategy, the industry was expected togrow in the ... Read More

  • Latvia Banking & Financial Services Q1 2020

    ... of money laundering scandals. The regulatory environment is being strengthened as a result which will help toimprove market transparency, though the industry will need to work hard to regain consumer and investor confidence. A robusteconomic ... Read More

  • Malaysia Insurance Q1 2020

    ... both the non-life and the life segments, the insurersare benefiting from first-time users and customers’ better understanding of the benefits of insurance. Initiatives by both thegovernment and the insurers is boosting demand for health insurance. Read More

  • Mauritius Insurance Q1 2020

    ... the total market should amount to MUR25.6bn (USD883mn) by theend of 2023. As disposable household incomes continue to grow over the coming years, we expect to see increased interest in lifepremiums as an alternative vehicle ... Read More

  • Czech Republic Real Estate 2020

    ... increase as strong demand and supply-constraintsplaces upward pressure on rates. Political instability will subside and foreign buyers are expected to flood the market; however, Brexitand EU market woes pose downside risks to long-term market stability. Read More

  • Slovakia Insurance Q1 2020

    ... disposable incomes, a stablemacroeconomic headline environment and strong levels of household spending. Additional factors supporting our bright outlookinclude a low interest rate environment that will ensure sales of insurable goods and premium services. We expect ... Read More

  • Hong Kong Insurance Q1 2020

    ... product offerings and deepen their relationships with existingclients by upselling premium services. The market is very well positioned due to its close relationship with mainland China andaccess to foreign capital. Underlying growth dynamics will be ... Read More

  • Bahamas Insurance Q1 2020

    ... the country. Property insurance has traditionally accounted for around two-thirds of the premiums written inthe non-life segment. To the extent that Dorian exposes an insurance gap - particularly among the Bahamas’ households - thedisaster may ... Read More

  • Slovakia Banking & Financial Services Q1 2020

    ... by a broadly favourable macroeconomic anddemographic backdrop, though there is stiff competition in the CEE region. The industry will remain dominated by a handful ofmajor European financial groups, which support stability but limits opportunities for ... Read More

  • Oman Banking & Financial Services Q1 2020

    ... development prospects. The banking industry and stock market in particular are expected tosuffer the most, with credit growth also slowing down with weaker domestic demand and low deposit growth forecasted in theforeseeable future. Nonetheless, efforts ... Read More

  • Dominican Republic Insurance Q1 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

  • United Kingdom Banking & Financial Services Q1 2020

    ... sectors. As well as major domestic and international banks, there are a broad range ofmultinational insurers and asset managements active in the country as well as a diverse capital market. The stability and strength ofthe ... Read More

  • Vietnam Insurance Q1 2020

    ... insurers have access to the capital that they are need,are introducing innovative and appropriate products and are developing multiple distribution channels. The regulator is working toimprove transparency and standards. Premiums should grow at double-digit rates ... Read More

  • United Arab Emirates Real Estate Q1 2020

    ... into 2020. Furthermore, the strong dollar and tensions with Qatar haveweighed on investment returns as property owners absorb higher costs amid soft market conditions. Falling rents are anticipatedover the near term, as the market is ... Read More

  • United Kingdom Insurance Q1 2020

    ... political environment with the UK now set for a general election on December 12 2019 - the third election tobe held in four years. Persistent uncertainty is weighing on the country's economic growth, as well ... Read More

  • Angola Banking & Financial Services Q1 2020

    ... growth potential should create opportunities for new players,though a challenging economic and operating environment remains a key headwind to growth over the coming years. The plannedprivatisation of a wide range of state-owned enterprises should provide ... Read More

  • Chile Insurance Q1 2020

    ... as national and regional insurers seek profits.Meanwhile the non-life sector will see strong double digit growth. Here too we expect to see consolidation, and the sector is better-developed in terms of both scale and regulatory ... Read More

  • Colombia Insurance Q1 2020

    ... continued political unrest and economic uncertainty, and we believe growth will resume in 2020 as the economy stabilises andvarious improvements to the business, regulatory and consumer environments support a 12.7% growth in premium sales year-on-year. Read More

  • Croatia Insurance Q1 2020

    ... the life insurance market in 2020 as the demand for non-lifeinsurance and savings products steadily rises. Growth prospects in non-life insurance this year will be enhanced by positive growthin the massive motor vehicle insurance segment. ... Read More

  • France Banking & Financial Services Q1 2020

    ... of the UK from the EU will offer substantial opportunities for France tostrengthen its position regionally and globally, especially as the French government continue to improve the country's regulatoryand business conditions in order to attract ... Read More

  • Kuwait Insurance Q1 2020

    ... there are significant gaps in cover, insurers arereaching more first-time users through the expansion of distribution channels and development of more market-appropriateproducts. Major new entrants are unlikely as the competitive landscape is already highly fragmented, ... Read More

  • Philippines Insurance Q1 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

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