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Banking

Four years after the financial crisis started, the banking industry continues to remain cautious. Operational principles and practices have been revised, and new norms and guidelines have been introduced. However, the global industry is now showing signs of recovery. By 2015 the US banking industry is expected to reach US$14 trillion in terms of assets, while the European banking is forecast to reach US$88 trillion, and the prospects are brighter for emerging countries.

Do you want to know more? Get a detailed picture of this industry and explore issues such as key trends, forecasts, M& A activity, product innovation, and new market entrants in the publications listed under Research and Markets’ Banking category. Expert reports are also available on specific issues such as Islamic banking and banking security. For online banking and cards we created two sub-categories, where you will find a variety of reports focused on these two hot topics.

Key players featured in our publications include Deutsche Bank, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, HSBC Holdings, BNP Paribas, Japan Post Bank Japan, Crédit Agricole Group, Barclays, Industrial & Commercial Bank of China, Citibank, and many more. Show Less
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ATM Cards in the US

Consumers continued to move away from ATM-only cards in 2015, favouring debit and pre-paid cards. As a result, the average amount per ATM transaction increased to US$94.90. Consumers still used ATMs,...

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Store Cards in Chile

In 2015 only one store card was available in Chile. Empresas Hites, through its Hites brand, offers the Tarjeta Hites card to its customers. The card combines the functionality of being an entry-level...

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Store Cards in France

Many new consumer credit regulations were introduced in France during the review period, resulting in many store card issuers being forced to revise their terms and conditions. This made the offer of...

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Debit Cards in Chile

Even though the growth rates in transactions and current value terms posted slower performances than in 2014 for debit cards, with 16% and 17% growth rates respectively, 2015 was a successful year for...

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Debit Cards in China

In the review period, an increasing number of consumers preferred to use debit cards over cash for payments as they searched for fuss-free and convenient methods, which has been the main factor driving...

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Debit Cards in France

There was a surge in the number of contactless smart cards in circulation at the end of the review period. Groupement des Cartes Bancaires, the dominant card operator, is notably keen to fuel growth...

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Pre-Paid Cards in Denmark

The popularity of open loop pre-paid cards continued to increase in 2015 as the category recorded positive growth in all three parameters. The number of open loop pre-paid cards in circulation increased...

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Pre-Paid Cards in Hungary

The open loop pre-paid card connected to the Széchenyi Leisure Card programme continued to dominate the category in 2015 as more businesses took advantage of this government-subsidised employee benefit,...

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Pre-Paid Cards in Portugal

Since mid-2012, with the implementation of the 2012 Portuguese state budget, national employees have benefited from tax benefits for meal allowances received on open loop pre-paid cards. This development...

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Charge Cards in Brazil

Charge card transactions posted 15% current value growth in 2015 to reach R$14.3 billion. Despite economic slowdown in Brazil, this performance in 2015 was well aligned with the average review period...

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Charge Cards in Canada

Charge cards are not new to the market but remain uncommon to a lot of Canadians. Charge cards are targeting high spenders who have no real need for credit but who spend a lot and want to earn rewards....

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Charge Cards in the Czech Republic

Charge cards continued to register a fairly weak performance in 2015. The category is heavily dependent on petrol cards and the performance of cargo transport and fleet cards. Transaction value grew...

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Credit Cards in Hungary

As consumer confidence continues to recover thanks to the promotional efforts of major credit card operators, credit card usage received a boost in 2015. In the summer of 2015, dynamic growth was reported...

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ATM Cards in Brazil

In 2015, ATM transactions posted 10% current value growth to reach R$1.3 trillion. This performance is slightly weaker than the average registered during the review period as a whole, when ATM transactions...

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ATM Cards in the Czech Republic

Despite the rapid value growth of card payment transactions, which reached 9% in 2015, ATM transactions also posted a healthy increase. The number of transactions rose by 3% and transaction value by...

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ATM Cards in Russia

In 2015, ATM card value transactions faced stagnation, while the number of cards in circulation decreased by 2% reaching 235 million. In 2014, the category growth slowed, but remained positive, posting...

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Pre-Paid Cards in the US

Pre-paid card regulation is pending, and if enacted, it could have a significant impact on growth. The proposal by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will regulate overdraft fees for pre-paid...

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Store Cards in the US

General Electric sold its portfolio of store cards to Synchrony Financial during the last months of 2014. Many players are following such a strategy to reduce their exposure to credit risks. The more...

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Store Cards in Denmark

Store cards in Denmark recorded 1% current value growth in 2015 to reach total DKK12.0 billion. In general, store cards slowly lost value share over the review period as other type of financial cards...

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Store Cards in Portugal

A general improvement in the economy with a reduction in the unemployment rate and an increase in consumers’ purchasing powers fuelled the demand for store cards in 2015. Retailers, particularly those...

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