Global Money Remittance Industry - Performance and Forecast 2016

  • ID: 2013736
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 51 Pages
  • Ken Research Private Limited
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The report on “Global Money Remittance Industry-Performance and Forecast 2016” analyses industry size, flow of remittances worldwide and by geography including Europe (UK, Germany), Latin America, The US, Middle East and North Africa and Asian Regions. The industry trends & developments, growth drivers and competitive threats have also been discussed in the report. The report entails the competitive aspect of the market and profiles of key players including their branding and pricing strategies. The report also covers the future expected growth and possible changes in the remittance industry environment worldwide.

Globalization and increasing trade activities increased the job vacancies worldwide and opened door for a large population in developing countries. Prior to 2008, Latin America, Middle East and some of the countries in the EU showed a continuous rise in migrant’s population. The global remittance market is dominated by money transfer companies and agents such as Western Union and MoneyGram. In terms of remittance inflow, India and China is the largest receiver worldwide. Global financial crisis affected political, social and economic environment in European countries which caused fall in per capita expenditures. Remittance inflow to EU countries also fell by 14% during the year. The top five largest remitting countries in the EU account for 49.79% of the total remittance outflow from EU to non-EU countries.

In 2009, remittance inflow witnessed a decline of 14.80% in Mexico, largely affected due to the change in the US economy. During 2010, remittance to Central America improved from previous year though growth rate was only 1.60%. Impact of recession was high in Central Asian countries due to dip in oil prices which affected the overall economic growth. In 2010, South and East Asian remittance flow grew slightly due to the effect of geographic diversity of their migrants. Migrants in Gulf countries were not much affected during credit crisis.

The US, Russia and Germany are expected to continue to hold a leading position in the remittance market worldwide despite a continuous fall in net immigrant’s population from last three years (2009-2011). By 2016 the global money remittance market is expected to grow at CAGR 6.44% (2011-2016) reflecting a slow growth compared to CAGR 8.04% in 2006-2011.
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1. Money Transfer Market

1.1. Global Market Overview
1.2. Global Remittance Industry Performance and Size

1.3. Flow of Remittances

1.3.1. Top recipient countries

2. Remittance Industry Analysis by Geography

2.1. Remittance Industry in Europe

2.1.1. Eastern Europe

2.1.2. Western Europe The UK Germany

2.2. Latin America and the Caribbean

2.3. The US

2.4. Asian Regions

2.5. Middle East and North Africa

3. Industry Trends and Developments

4. Future Prospects

5. Growth Drivers

5.1. Rising immigrants

5.2. Role of Developing Countries

5.3. Acquisitions for geographical expansion

5.4. Mobile Money Remittance market

6. Competitive Threats to Remittance Market

7. Competitive Landscape

8. Company Profile

8.1. Western Union

8.1.1 Business overview

8.1.2. Financials

8.1.3. Business Strategies

8.2. MoneyGram International

8.2.1. Business Overview

8.2.2. Financials

8.2.3. Business Strategies

8.3. Euronet Worldwide (Ria)

8.3.1. Business overview

8.3.2. Financials

8.3.3. Key Strategies

9. Appendix

9.1. Research Methodology

9.2. Definitions

9.3. Abbreviations

9.4. Disclaimer

Figure 1: Industry Value Chain Analysis

Figure 2: Clearing System of Money Transfers

Figure 3: Global Remittance Market (2006-2011)

Figure 4: Remittance Flow to Developing Countries (2006-2011)

Figure 5: Recipient Countries of Remittances from the EU (%) in 2010

Figure 6: Remittance Outflows from Eurozone (2009&2010)

Figure 7: Eastern European Top Remittance Recipients Annual Disposable Income (per household) in 2010

Figure 8: Remittance Inflow and Outflow in the UK (2006-2009)

Figure 9: Remittance Inflow and Outflow in Germany (2006-2010)

Figure 10: Remittance Flow to Latin America and Caribbean (2006-2010)

Figure 11: The US Remittance Inflow and Outflow (2006-2010)

Figure 12: Remittance Inflow to India (2007-2010)

Figure 13: Global Money Remittance Market Forecast (2011-2016)

Figure 14: Remittance Flow to Developing countries forecast (2011-2016)

Figure 15: Leading Immigrations Countries Worldwide by Number of Immigrants in 2010
Figure 16: Leading Emigration Countries in 2010

Figure 17: Remittances to developing countries in % (2006-2011E)

Figure 18 : Major MTOs-Number of Agent Locations in 2010

Figure 19: Western Union Revenues (2006-2010)

Figure 20: MoneyGram Revenues (2006-2010)

Figure 21: Euronet (Ria) – Money Transfer Revenues (2008-2010)

Table 1: Remittance Flow to Developing Countries (by Region) (2006-2011)

Table 2: Top recipient countries (2006-2010)

Table 3: Outflow of Remittances from the EU

Table 4: Remittance Inflow to Eastern European Countries (2009&2010)

Table 5: Outflow of Remittances from the EU Member States (2007-2010)

Table 6: Migrant Worker’s Income Change in the US (%) (2009 & 2010)

Table 7: Worldwide Leading Money Transfer Agents Description
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