Financial Services Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

The financial services industry encompasses a broad range of businesses that provide services related to banking, investing, insurance, and other financial transactions. This industry is critical to the functioning of the global economy and is responsible for managing and allocating capital to support business growth and individual financial well-being. In recent years, the financial services industry has undergone significant changes, largely driven by technology and innovation. To help organizations obtain the information they need to succeed in this highly dynamic industry, provides a comprehensive selection of financial services reports written by expert analysts.

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  • Our financial services reports cover a range of markets, including banking and financial, e-financial services, insurance, and real estate.
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  • We also cover disruptive trends, such as the rise of fintech and the shift towards digitalization in the financial services industry.

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Financial Services Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Financial Cards and Payments in Vietnam

    ... credit cards, and pre-paid cards are all seeing healthy double-digit transaction value growth, with credit cards showing the strongest growth regarding numbers of cards in circulation, followed by debit cards and pre-paid cards in numbers. ... Read More

  • Consumer Lending in Vietnam

    ... issued Circular No. 06/2023/TT-NHNN on 28 June 2023, amending and supplementing certain provisions of Circular No. 39/2016/TT-NHNN, which regulates credit activities of credit institutions and foreign bank branches, regarding additional regulations on loan approval through ... Read More

  • Financial Cards and Payments in Japan

    ... the cashless payment ratio to 40% by 2025. Due to COVID-19, cashless payment transactions witnessed significant growth over the review period. Credit cards are playing a pivotal role in propelling the cashless payment trend in ... Read More

  • Consumer Lending in Malaysia

    ... plans and more appealing terms when required. The economic uncertainty in Malaysia, with relatively high inflation and a cost of living crisis, is stimulating banks to offer such personal loan products in 2023. Euromonitor International's ... Read More

  • Financial Cards and Payments in Mexico

    ... boosting card usage and transaction volumes and values. This recovery, coupled with increased employability and consumer confidence, has propelled the growth of financial cards. Euromonitor International's Financial Cards and Payments in Mexico report establishes the ... Read More

  • Consumer Lending in Hong Kong, China

    ... driven by card lending. The reopening of borders in the fourth quarter of 2022 has sparked a strong desire among locals to travel abroad after staying in the domestic market for three years. This surge ... Read More

  • Financial Cards and Payments in Morocco

    ... four countries worldwide to achieve this. According to the latest World Bank Global Findex, 44% of adults in Morocco now have access to the formal financial sector - up from just 29% in 2017. The ... Read More

  • Consumer Lending in Denmark

    ... is expected to fall. A second year of rising interest rates and rising inflation is having an effect, with consumers and financial institutions being more cautious. In addition, the splurge in spending that happened after ... Read More

  • Financial Cards and Payments in Hungary

    ... were gradually lifted throughout 2022. The prevalence of card usage and online payments has improved, attracting new customer segments who have also become frequent users. Euromonitor International's Financial Cards and Payments in Hungary report establishes ... Read More

  • Financial Cards and Payments in Peru

    ... spending. Factors contributing to this caution include the sluggish economic growth, soaring inflation impacting the prices of goods and services, and reduced income due to the challenging job market. The prevailing economic, political, and social ... Read More

  • Consumer Lending in Chile

    ... with range projections of -0.5%-0.25% in 2023. Credit is showing low dynamism, particularly for SMEs and mortgages/housing. Credit to SMEs and consumer lending is slowing, with a significant reduction in gross lending on mortgages/housing compared ... Read More

  • Consumer Lending in Mexico

    ... for the growth and expansion of fintech companies, which extend credit to consumers without a credit history and without imposing additional restrictive requirements, especially within the context of above-average inflation. Mexican households are leveraging various ... Read More

  • Financial Cards and Payments in Egypt

    ... surge in new account openings. Government initiatives to boost financial inclusion and reduce cash reliance have significantly benefitted the industry. All governmental entities are now fully digitised, accepting a wide array of card payments and ... Read More

  • Credit Cards in Hong Kong, China

    ... years of the pandemic. Residents are now showing a strong and sustained interest in reallocating their spending from daily expenses in Hong Kong towards their outbound travel budget. Hong Kong's outbound expenditure is set to ... Read More

  • Debit Cards in Peru

    ... issuance of debit cards has remained notably robust, showcasing the consistent growth witnessed during the pandemic era. Concurrently, the volume of payment transactions and the monetary value associated with these transactions have also registered significant ... Read More

  • Consumer Credit in Sweden

    ... cautious, amid much uncertainty about the future. Auto lending, in particular took a hit in 2022, following a strong recovery in 2021. This was due to a shortage of electrical components, which saw the automotive ... Read More

  • Store Cards in Colombia

    ... pre-paid, including credit or debit cards offering benefits like cashback, many consumers are moving away from store cards as they no longer see their benefits. Additionally, there is a growing trend of merchants and financial ... Read More

  • Consumer Credit in the Philippines

    ... lending options, particularly salary-based general purpose loans. Meanwhile, the performances of some categories, such as auto and home lending, have come under pressure, partly due to the higher interest rates introduced during the year. Economists ... Read More

  • Pre-Paid Cards in Norway

    ... decline in 2023, albeit at a slower rate than previous years. However, in transaction volume and value terms, pre-paid cards witnessed a stronger decline, a trend that predates the COVID-19 pandemic. Pre-paid cards have lost ... Read More

  • Consumer Credit in the US

    ... refinance debt, and leading to a generally free lending environment. In the wake of dramatically higher interest rates – by US standards – the US Federal Reserve has been on the offensive since mid-2022. The ... Read More

  • Store Cards in Japan

    ... members with high levels of skill and experience, and these order-takers visit customers’ houses regularly and take their orders directly from homes. This service is limited to a select few wealthier people. Gaisho cards are ... Read More

  • Debit Cards in Mexico

    ... in 2019, in terms of the number of cards in circulation and active accounts. These advances can largely be attributed to the post-COVID-19 economic rebound, supported by an increase in employability and consumer confidence. Euromonitor ... Read More

  • Credit Cards in Romania

    ... Economic instability has led to reduced non-essential spending, with some consumers postponing purchases until economic conditions become more certain, directly affecting credit card usage. Euromonitor International's Credit Card Transactions in Romania report establishes the size ... Read More

  • Charge Cards in Canada

    ... charge cards into the realm of traditional credit cards. For the average Canadian desiring a charge card, the options are not severely limited. Euromonitor International's Charge Card Transactions in Canada report establishes the size and ... Read More

  • Consumer Credit in Peru

    ... having already rebounded to pre-pandemic levels in 2022. The resurgence is attributed to a gradual return of individuals to their routine activities post the pandemic-related restrictions. Consequently, consumer spending and financing habits have resumed, fuelling ... Read More

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