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Category: Banking

Europe Banking

(290 reports matching your criteria)
  • Poland Banking & Financial Services Q1 2019

    ... financial sectors, and are well placed to continueon their current growth trajectory. Poland has established players in the banking, insurance and asset management sub-sectors;however, overseas operators also have a strong presence in the country and, ... Read More

  • Slovakia Banking & Financial Services Q1 2019

    ... generation through to 2027. The country will undergo rapid non-hydropower renewables development over the next decade, focused mostly on solar power, but it will not be sufficient to meet its9.5GW target by 2023. Meanwhile, nuclear ... Read More

  • France Banking & Financial Services Q1 2019

    ... terms, France ranks at number three, behind the UK and Germany. Althoughsmaller in absolute terms, it suggests that France's financial services industry is less saturated and relies less on financial services foreconomic growth compared with ... Read More

  • Fund Management Activities in the UK - Industry Market Research Report

    ... United Kingdom for both domestic and overseas clients. This report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the industry including the key sensitivities and success factors. Also included are five year industry forecasts, growth ... Read More

  • Hungary Banking & Financial Services Q1 2019

    ... uncertain due to the government'sunconventional policy approach, though EU directives now form the bedrock of the legislative framework. The industry remainshighly concentrated, with large local and international financial groups dominating and best positioned to benefit ... Read More

  • Serbia Banking & Financial Services Q1 2019

    ... towards EU membership. Asset and loan growth in thebanking sector will remain robust in the coming years, supported by falling unemployment, rising income levels, and loosemonetary policy. Beyond the banking sector, a lack of scale ... Read More

  • Weekly Economic Briefings - Uk Weekly Economic Briefing

    ... and the MPC continuing to signal a steady increase in interest rates, we appear to be in the early stages of a move towards a more ‘normal’ policy mix. However, the shadow of Brexit loomed ... Read More

  • Banking Market in Romania, 2018

    ... 2018 from over 7% recorded in 2017. The key driver of the growth remain private consumption and fixed investments. Private consumption continues to be fuelled by lower taxes, surging wages and falling unemployment. The labour ... Read More

  • Czech Republic Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... GDP growth, monetary tightening, and new mortgagelending restrictions represent headwinds for the sector, particularly banking. The market will continue to be dominated by large, EU-based financial groups, with limited opportunities for domestic or non-EU entrants. 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

  • Consumer Lending in the Netherlands

    ... tend to keep their debts manageable and limit them mostly to essential borrowing such as mortgages and education. However, as the economy grew rapidly over the review period, consumers gained in confidence and the threshold ... 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

  • 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

  • Romania Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... in terms of industry value, we expect to see average year-on-year growth of around 9.% between theyears of 2018 and 2022. This has largely been driven by the robust expectations for the country's economic growth ... Read More

  • Slovenia Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... of decline. A favourable macroeconomic backdrop should spur robust growth across thefinancial services industry, albeit from a low base in the non-banking sectors. There remains potential for greater foreignparticipation given the positive economic outlook and ... Read More

  • Consumer Lending

    ... SLM (better known as Sallie Mae), along with Provident Financial and Tesco Personal Finance (both based in the UK) and Orient Corporation (Japan). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand is driven by consumer income and demographics. The profitability ... Read More

  • Current Accounts - Ireland - October 2018

    ... and infrequent – there has nonetheless been a fairly dramatic change in terms of how consumers interact with their current account. Having emerged from the periphery only around a decade or so ago, the online ... Read More

  • Non-Depository Financing in the UK - Industry Market Research Report

    ... sell bonds and shares and sell loans on to other companies. Participants range from non-depository mortgage finance companies to pawnshops. This report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the industry including the key ... Read More

  • European NeoBanks Market, 2018

    ... new business models, innovative products and services, use of technology and approach to business, NeoBanks are engaging their customers like never before. The objective of this study is to identify NeoBanking trends in Europe. With ... Read More

  • Spain Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... and reform following the credit crisis and bailout in 2012. Waves of consolidation and a considerablyenhanced regulatory framework - guided by EU directives - have put the sector as a whole on a more stable ... Read More

  • Bulgaria Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... 2014. The non-bank financial sectors lack scale, and while this providesroom for long-term growth, competition from other EU markets will limit the rate of expansion over the forecast period. Regulatoryimprovements in line with EU requirements ... Read More

  • Estonia: In-depth PEST Insights

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

  • Denmark Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... markets. The country is home to several leading banks, some of which are key players in theNordic region, and which also largely dominate the insurance and investment fund sectors. A large and highly-rated pension sectorunderpins ... Read More

  • Small Business Banking - UK - September 2018

    ... grow their share of the market. For example, 57% of small business owners would be willing to use an online-only or app-based provider. If such providers can effectively market their products and offer a degree ... Read More

  • Weekly Economic Briefings > Uk Weekly Economic Briefing

    ... a statistical quirk, rather than a sign that consumers are retrenching. Households’ appetite for unsecured borrowing has moderated a little over the past couple of years, but lending flows continue to run well ahead of ... Read More

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