The banking reports of EMIS Insights analyse the sector in terms of performance, lending and deposit volumes, and financial status of the population. Focal points include the dynamics, volumes and rates of deposits and loans for households and the non-financial corporate sector. The health of the banking sector, measured by liquidity risk and ratio of non-performing and bad loans among others, is a major issue in emerging markets, so we dedicate a portion of the report to it, as well.
Each report contains in-depth analysis of the sector’s importance for the country’s economy, detailed statistics and infographics. The report includes executive summary, sector and subsector overviews, competitive and regulatory environment, as well as thorough company profiles of the top market players.
The banking sector in Malaysia accounted for 4.7% of GDP in 2016, boasting assets worth 198.8% of GDP and a workforce equivalent to 3% of the total employed workers in the country in 2016. The sector was home to 27 commercial, 11 investment, and 18 ...READ MORE
In 2012-2016, loans and deposits in Argentinean banks grew at CAGRs of 28.7% and 33.8%, respectively. In 2016 alone, the sector’s deposit base expanded by 45.2% y/y, its strongest growth in the last five years, while the banks’ loan ...READ MORE
As in any developed or emerging market, financial intermediation in Romania represents an important generator of wealth and stability for the whole economy. With net assets of credit institutions amounting to 51.9% of the GDP, the financial sector ...READ MORE
Thailand’s economic growth has slowed down in recent years, with GDP growing by 3.2% y/y in 2016. Since 2010, Thai consumers have become increasingly leveraged with the household debt-to-GDP ratio reaching 79.9% by 2016. The challenging ...READ MORE
Poland’s banking sector is well capitalised and non-volatile, relying mostly on traditional products. Even though Poland remains significantly underbanked compared to the EU average, the country's banking sector plays a very important role for ...READ MORE
Colombia’s banking sector, comprising commercial banks, financial corporations, financing companies and financial cooperatives, has proved resilient to the economic slowdown the country has suffered since 2014. Despite the challenges faced by ...READ MORE
Poland’s banking sector is well capitalised and non-volatile, relying mostly on traditional products. Even though Poland remains significantly underbanked compared to EU standards, the country’s banking sector plays a very important role ...READ MORE
The recent rapid development of India’s economy, which grew by 7.6% y/y in FY2016, and increasing ncome per capita combined with urbanisation, have boosted the demand for financial services such as lending, insurance and asset management. ...READ MORE
The Romanian financial sector has a sizable potential to catch up to regional and EU development levels. The domestic credit-to-GDP ratio amounted to 29.9% in 2015, one of the smallest numbers in Europe. The financial sector generated 3.4% of the ...READ MORE
After experiencing a shock during the 2001-2002 economic crisis, Argentina’s banking sector has been expanding since 2010, with loans and deposits rising at respective CAGRs of 11.1% and 8.4% in real terms over 2010-2015, outperforming the ...READ MORE