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Region: Asia
Category: Service Industries

Asia Service Industries

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  • South Korea Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... framework helped maintain stability during the 2008 financial crisis,though the focus has now largely shifted to deregulation in an attempt to stimulate development and competition in the localfinancial sectors. New flexibility could encourage new foreign ... Read More

  • South Korea Insurance Q4 2018

    ... a central role in the organisedsavings landscape in a country with a structurally high savings rate and a steadily growing economy. This presents opportunity tothe non-life insurers, too, in their sales of long-term insurance products. Read More

  • Turkey Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... Importantly to facilitate that growth, the sector is built on strong foundations; it is wellregulated, stable, and competitive, and the local capital market boasts relatively high liquidity. However, the sector isfacing increased risks that include ... Read More

  • Bangladesh Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... amid immense political uncertainty as national elections could become a flashpoint forinstability. Asset quality is deteriorating while liquidity is under pressure due to low interest rates, which have encouraged borrowingbut prompted savers to look elsewhere ... Read More

  • Taiwan Insurance Q4 2018

    ... in the organised savings landscape. Demographic factors are boostingdemand for retirement savings solutions, in a territory where household incomes are high and the insurance companies' offeringsare well understood. The ability of the leading life insurance ... Read More

  • Consumer Lending in China

    ... side, growth is mainly driven by the desire to upgrade from middle-class households and the relatively low penetration rate of consumer finance in China. On the supply side, Chinese banks are under regulatory pressure to ... Read More

  • Consumer Lending in Hong Kong, China

    ... Hong Kong Monetary Authority initiated a series of consumer education programmes between 2016-2018 with the aim to educate consumers and highlight the benefits and risks of different financial products. The result of the programme was ... Read More

  • Consumer Lending in the Philippines

    ... non-financial institutions continued to improve their consumer lending offers, the willingness of consumers to take up such offers was tempered by a drastic change in the income tax regime and the adjustment of several excise ... Read More

  • Consumer Lending in Turkey

    ... in the country which have significantly increased the cost of consumer credit for borrowers and lessened consumer enthusiasm for spending. In 2018, the Turkish Central Bank raised interest rates which led to increasing monthly interest ... Read More

  • Consumer Lending in Russia

    ... encouraged them to make purchases which were postponed during the economic slowdown. Consumers also demanded higher-quality products and services. Meanwhile, banks continued to attract consumers with lower interest rates on loans and developed products targeting ... Read More

  • Consumer Lending in India

    ... lifestyles have resulted in higher disbursals of auto and durables loans. This is particularly the case among young adults, who earn more than previous generations and spend more on non-discretionary items. This includes spending on ... Read More

  • Consumer Lending in Indonesia

    ... banks also indicated strong optimism for loan growth. The optimism has been supported by better-than-expected economic conditions in 2018, which have been positively affected by overall global economic growth in the year compared with the ... Read More

  • Consumer Lending in Vietnam

    ... of this good growth. Rapid urbanisation, increasingly stressful lifestyles and social pressure led people to have higher disposable and become more willing to spend on items that enhance their lives, such as household appliances, traveling ... Read More

  • Consumer Lending in Thailand

    ... personal loans, hire purchase agreements and mortgages. While mortgage loans continued to account for the largest proportion of consumer lending, auto lending registered the strongest growth in 2018. Non-performing loans (NPLs) performed better, but continued ... Read More

  • Consumer Lending in Malaysia

    ... weakening of the ringgit currency and the continuous rise in living costs. Increased caution caused gross lending in most consumer lending categories to slow or decline in current value terms. Education lending was not as ... Read More

  • Consumer Lending in Taiwan

    ... the country has continued to widen, with most of those in the middle-income bracket now considerably poorer than they were in the past. These conditions have been the main driving force behind the healthy growth ... Read More

  • Consumer Lending in Singapore

    ... on auto lending some years ago, the recent easing of car loan rules was received happily by consumers, who took out bigger car loans. Mortgage loans remained popular, stemming from the societal pressure to own ... Read More

  • PESTLE Insights: Thailand - Macroeconomic Outlook Report

    ... in 2017, followed by wholesale, retail and hotels (20.9%) and financial intermediation, real estate and business activities (14%). In nominal terms, the three sectors are expected to grow by 5.0%, 4.3% and 4.6% respectively, in ... Read More

  • Hong Kong Insurance Q4 2018

    ... and most sophisticated insurance markets globally. Most sub-sectors of the non-lifesegment will likely benefit from continuing growth in the economy of (greater) China. The life segment plays a central role in theorganised savings landscape of ... Read More

  • India Insurance Q4 2018

    ... relatively supportive of insurance growth, having recentlyintroduced measures to increase coverage in the motor vehicle segment, for instance. However, relative to the size of India'spopulation and economy, insurance usage remains at a limited level, with ... Read More

  • Indonesia Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... markets, and robust economic growth. Indonesia's population islargely under-banked, providing huge organic growth opportunities for domestic and foreign players alike. Meanwhile, thegovernment's commitment to streamline investment procedures and to improve the business climate should continue ... Read More

  • Thailand Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... occurring more in the insurance sector to help grow theindustry, which is expected to grow steadily to 2022. Banking sector asset growth is set to recover to around 5% during 2018, andthe insurance sector will ... Read More

  • China Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... Conference in December 2017, and was reiterated repeatedly by the authorities overthe course of 2018. We believe that policymakers will, therefore, make a concerted effort to curb the financial sector's expansionover the coming years. The ... Read More

  • Russia Banking & Financial Services Q4 2018

    ... its two-year recession. A number of factors support this outlook, including morestable global commodities prices, improving economic fundamentals and anticipated growth in household income rates. There are,however, significant structural barriers for sector growth including the ... Read More

  • Vietnam Insurance Q4 2018

    ... basic property and motorproducts. As it is one of Asia's fastest-growing economies, we believe that there is potential for rapid growth across most lines overthe next few years. In the personal insurance segment, increasing car ... Read More

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