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Region: Africa
Category: Banking

Africa Banking

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  • South Africa Banking & Financial Services Q3 2018

    ... robustfundamentals. In 2017, we estimate that the sector's net value added (NVA) grew 6.0% in local currency terms to ZAR3957n, but therecovery in the value of the rand means that in US dollar terms it ... Read More

  • Namibia Banking & Financial Services Q3 2018

    ... foreign involvement and close ties with capital markets in neighbouring South Africa. Over thecoming quarters, the sector, as a whole, is expected to post modest growth, in line with the improved economic outlook for thecountry. Read More

  • Country Risk Service Congo (Brazzaville) 2nd Quarter 2018

    ... service measures political, economic policy, economic structure and liquidity risks as well as currency, sovereign debt and banking sector risks. In-depth forecasts are provided for up to 180 macroeconomic variables for each country. Benefits of ... Read More

  • International Strategic Analysis: Sub-Saharan Africa - ISA Economic Forecasts

    ... growth, inflation rates, population growth, industrial production growth, exchange rates, interest rates, unemployment rates, current account balances, imports, exports, foreign investment inflows and international comparative data. Please Note: this is delivered as a Excel file. Read More

  • Country Risk Service Nigeria June 2018 Updater

    ... service measures political, economic policy, economic structure and liquidity risks as well as currency, sovereign debt and banking sector risks. In-depth forecasts are provided for up to 180 macroeconomic variables for each country. Benefits of ... Read More

  • Cote d'Ivoire Banking & Financial Services Report Q3 2018

    ... key Sub-Saharan African peers, such as South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya and Ghana. There is significant opportunityfor the country to emerge as a Francophone West African financial services hub, as the Ivorian banking and financial services ... Read More

  • Kenya Banking & Financial Services Report Q3 2018

    ... have raised our growth expectations for the sector from 10.4% to 11.1% for 2018 on theback of greater political stability, a number of risks remain. Structurally, weak governance remains a problem in the banking sector,although ... Read More

  • Cameroon: In-depth PEST Insights

    ... trend analysis. Key Highlights The political landscape section discusses the evolution of the political scenario in Cameroon, as well as the country's economic, social, foreign, and defense policies. The section also discusses the country's performance ... Read More

  • Angola Banking & Financial Services Q2 2018

    ... Angolan banking and financial services' sectors as a whole is expected to grow by an average y-o-yincrement of 10%. The outlook for the sector for 2018 is better than 2017 given that global crude prices ... Read More

  • Ghana Banking & Financial Services Q2 2018

    ... of 215% over the decade. We expect 2018 will see consolidation in the banking sector, whilecredit is set to grow on the back of monetary easing and improved asset quality. Coupled with a reduction in ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts > Ethiopia

    ... in services activity. GDP growth is projected to ease slightly to 8.1% this year. Public investment will remain the primary driver behind Ethiopia’s strong economic growth. The appointment of Abiy Ahmed as prime minister will ... Read More

  • Ghana: In-depth PEST Insights

    ... trend analysis. Key Highlights The political landscape section discusses the evolution of the political scenario in Ghana, as well as the country's economic, social, foreign, and defense policies. The section also discusses the country's performance ... Read More

  • Nigeria: In-depth PEST Insights

    ... trend analysis. Key Highlights The political landscape section discusses the evolution of the political scenario in Nigeria, as well as the country's economic, social, foreign, and defense policies. The section also discusses the country's performance ... Read More

  • Tunisia: In-depth PEST Insights

    ... trend analysis. Key Highlights The political landscape section discusses the evolution of the political scenario in Tunisia, as well as the country's economic, social, foreign, and defense policies. The section also discusses the country's performance ... Read More

  • Mozambique Banking & Financial Services Q2 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

  • Nigeria Banking & Financial Services Q2 2018

    ... the market's banking and financial services sector, following years of instability in the wake of the oilprice collapse. The commercial banking sector in particular is poised to benefit from the flexibility in foreign exchange ratedetermination. Read More

  • Uganda Banking & Financial Services Q2 2018

    ... and 4.2% in US dollar terms to UGX2.94trn (USD0.81bn), followinga recession in the sector in 2016. The outcome was better than BMI's forecast, and this will be followed by 12.3% growth in localcurrency terms (9.2% ... Read More

  • Zimbabwe Banking & Financial Services Q2 2018

    ... The lack of hard currency in a dollarized economy is asevere constraint on economic activity which will contribute to an economic recession in 2018. Nevertheless, the financial servicessector is set to grow 6.2% to USD1.2bn ... Read More

  • Botswana Banking & Financial Services Q2 2018

    ... in equities and reduce the government's issuance of debt paper, freeing up the private sector toraise debt. Having struggled for much of the past two years, we believe Botswana's mining sector (centred on diamonds production)will ... Read More

  • Cote d'Ivoire Banking & Financial Services Q2 2018

    ... Sub-Saharan African peers, such as South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya and Ghana. There is significantopportunity for the country to emerge as a Francophone West African financial services hub, as the Ivorian banking and financialservices sectors hold ... Read More

  • Egypt Banking & Financial Services Q2 2018

    ... stable position, there remain a number of risks related to the country'sprecarious economic recovery. Yet, opportunities exist with high rates of loans growth and a massive unbanked population,particularly outside the main cities. While high risk, ... Read More

  • Ethiopia Banking & Financial Services Q2 2018

    ... trade, industrial and construction sectors will create formalemployment opportunities and bolster the ranks of the country's middle class, who in turn will increasingly demand financialservices. From a relatively low base, we expect both sectors to ... Read More

  • Mauritius Banking & Financial Services Q2 2018

    ... tax relationships with dozens of countries to develop as an internationalfinancial centre. Robust supervision, investor-friendly regulations and a stable macroeconomic and political environment allunderpin the country's appeal to firms seeking global financial services. That said, ... Read More

  • Tanzania Banking & Financial Services Q2 2018

    ... interest rates are falling and minimum capital ratios have been cut in order to stimulateasset growth. This should boost lending, albeit more cautiously than in the past, by well-capitalized banks with relatively low non-performing loan ... Read More

  • Banks Top 5 Emerging Markets Industry Guide 2013-2022

    ... also contains descriptions of the leading players including key financial metrics and analysis of competitive pressures within the industry group. Synopsis Essential resource for top-line data and analysis covering the emerging five banks industry group. ... Read More

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