Global Banking Industry

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Global Banking Industry

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The global outlook series on Banking provides a collection of statistical anecdotes, market briefs, and concise summaries of research findings. An easy guide to What, Why, When, How, Where, and Who of an industry, the global outlook series offers a bird's eye view of the global Banking industry. Annotated with 73 information-rich tables presenting market data findings, and analytical research projections, the entire discussion builds a macro-level perception of the industry in its totality (regional & global). The global market discussion offers quantitative insights into world banking revenues, global assets of leading banks, online banking market by number of users, online payments market by percentage of credit card payments and number of ATM terminals in select regions, among other parameters. Also included is a compilation of all recent mergers, acquisitions, and strategic corporate developments. Major regional markets discussed include the United States, Canada, Japan, Europe, France, Germany, Italy, UK, Russia, Rest of Europe, Asia-Pacific, China India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Vietnam, The Middle East, Africa, among others. The report includes an indexed, easy-to-refer, fact-finder directory listing the addresses, and contact details of 2420 companies worldwide.

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW 1Table 1: Global Top 15 Banks in Terms of Assets (2011): Valuein US$ Trillion for BNP Paribas, HSBC Holdings, Deutsche Bank,Mitsubishi UFJ, Barclays PLC, and Others 2Emerging Markets are the Mainstays 3Retail Banking: The Transformation 3Consumer Banking 3Internet Banking - 'Convenience At a Click' 3Table 2: World Current & Future Analysis for Internet Bankingby Geographic Region - US, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, LatinAmerica and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed withNumber of Customers in Thousand for Years 2011 and 2015 4Advantages of Internet Banking 4Drawbacks of Internet Banking 4Mobile Banking 5Table 3: World Current & Future Analysis for Mobile Bankingby Geographic Region - US, Canada, Europe, Asia-Pacific, andRest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Number ofUsers in Millions for Years 2011 and 2015 5Commercial Banking 6Trade Deals 6Bank Cards 6Credit Cards 6Credit Card Usage - Factors Influencing the Market 6Emerging Credit Markets 7Debit Cards 7Online Credit Card Payments 7ATM: An Important Banking Product 7ATMs: Much More than Cash Dispensing Machines 8ATM Terminals 9Table 4: World Current & Future Analysis for AutomatedTeller Machines by Geographic Region/Country - US, Canada,Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East &Africa, and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzedwith Installed Basein '000 Units for Years 2011 and 2015 9Banking Penetration Rate (Deposits) 10Banks Insurance Ventures 10

2. ISSUES & TRENDS 11

Cost Cutting 11

Banking: The Challenge of 'Growing' Scale and Scope 11

Mobile Banking Service Growing 11

Mobile Banking - Serving the Un-Banked 11

Mobile Banking Opportunities for Various Market Participants 12

Factors Influencing Banks' Adoption of Mobile Banking Technology 12

Consolidation Reshapes the US Banking Sector 13

Recent Mergers and Acquisitions in the US Banking Sector 13

Consolidation to Heat Up Further in the European Banking Sector 15

Online Banking Growing in Europe 15

Foreigners Eye the Indian Banking Sector 16

Retail Banking Sector Growing Fast in India 16

Islamic Banking - A Proliferating Concept 16

The UK Retail Banking Sector Consolidating 17

Self-Directed Banking Gaining Prominence in Canada 17

Liberalization of the Banking Sector in China 18

Private Banking Service Coming Up in China 18

Focusing on the Customer 18

Information Technology 19

Outsourcing 19

Business Process Outsourcing 19

Table 5: Global Financial Institutions' Expenditure on

Information Technology (A Recent Past Perspective):

Breakdown of Expenditure in US$ Billion for 2003 through

2008 by Category - Outsourcing and Others 20

Basel II Capital Accord 20

Competitive Pressures on Capital 20

3. INDUSTRY DEFINITION 21Commercial Banks 21Savings Banks and Savings & Loan Associations 21Credit Unions 22Federal Reserve Banks 22

4. MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS 23

5. MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS ARCHIVE - A PEEK INTO THE RECENT PAST 54

6. STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS/ALLIANCES/ JOINT VENTURES ARCHIVE 107

7. STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS/ALLIANCES/ JOINT VENTURES ARCHIVE - APEEK INTO THE RECENT PAST 109

8. PRODUCT/SERVICE LAUNCHES 115

9. PRODUCT/SERVICE LAUNCHES ARCHIVE - A PEEK INTO THE RECENT PAST 118A REGIONAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE 122

1. THE UNITED STATES 122

Overview 122

Table 6: The US Banking Industry: Annual Revenues in US$

Trillion for 2010 through 2015 122

Recent Banking Trends in the US 123

Substantial Reduction in the Mortgage Rates 123

Effect of Financial Reforms 123

Survival of Free Checking Service 123

Permanent Hike in FDIC Insurance Confirmed 123

Decline in Credit Card Debt 123

Increase in Savings Deposits 124

Other Key Developments in the US Banking Industry 124

Competition and Consolidation 125

Internet Banking Usage Continues to Increase 125

Internet Bill Payers Prove Profitable for Banks 125

Select Major ATM Players 126

Diebold, Inc. (USA) 126

NCR Corporation (USA) 126

Table 7: Top 20 Banks in the US in Terms of Assets (2011):

Value in US$ Billion for Bank of America Corporation, JP

Morgan Chase & Co., Citigroup Inc., Wells Fargo & Co.,

Goldman Sachs Group, Inc., Morgan Stanley, Metlife Inc., and

Others 127

Table 8: Top 20 Banks in the US in Terms of Deposits (2011):Deposits in US$ Billion for JP Morgan Chase, Bank ofAmerica, Wells Fargo, Citibank, U.S. Bank, PNC Bank, TheBank of New York, and Others 128Mortgages 129Mortgage Vs. Non-Mortgage Credit 129Table 9: Mortgage Origination Value in the US for 2005through 2008 in US$ Billion 129

2. CANADA 130

Mobile Banking Sector in Canada 130

Table 10: Canadian Current & Future Analysis for Mobile

Banking Analyzed with Number of Users in Millions for Years

2006 through 2015 130

Smartphones to Boost Mobile Banking 130

Canadian Internet Banking Market: An Overview 130

Canadian Banking Industry at a Glance 131

Table 11: Canadian banking Transaction Volumes by Delivery

Channel (2008-2010): Breakdown of Number of Transactions for

ABMs, Debit Cards, Net Banking, and Telephone Banking 131

Automated Teller Machines 132

Table 12: Canadian Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Automated Teller Machines with Installed Base in '000 Units

for Years 2011 through 2015 132

Table 13: Transaction Volumes at Bank- Owned ABMs in Canadaby Transaction Type (2008-2010): Percentage Breakdown ofNumber of Transactions for Cash Withdrawals, Deposits, BillPayments, and Transfers 132Cards Market in Canada 133Table 14: Number of Credit Cards in Circulation in Canada:2006-2010 133

Table 15: Credit Card Market in Canada (2006-2010): Volume of

Processed Sales Slips and Average Sale Value per Slip 133

3. JAPAN 134Automated Teller Machines in Japan 134Table 16: Japanese Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis forAutomated Teller Machines with Installed Base in '000 Unitsfor Years 2011 through 2015 134Competition 134Table 17: Select Leading Japanese City Banks by Total NetAssets in US$ Billion: 2011 134

Table 18: Select Leading Japanese City Banks by Net Income in

US$ Billion: 2011 135

A Historical Perspective of the Banking Crisis 135

Plaza Accord - A Change that Triggered the Crisis 135

Hitachi-Omron Terminal Solutions, Corp. (Japan) 135

4. EUROPE 136European Banking Industry: A Review 136Table 19: European Banking Industry: Annual Revenues in US$Billion for 2010 through 2015 136European Retail Financial Services: Bracing up for theImminent Regulatory and Compliance Requirements 136Automated Teller Machines Market in Europe 137Table 20: European Current & Future Analysis for AutomatedTeller Machines by Geographic Region/Country - France,Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia, and Rest of Europe MarketsIndependently Analyzed with Installed Base in '000 Units forYears 2011 and 2015 137

Table 21: Leading European Markets by Number of Banks and

Bank Assets: 2010 (In US$ Billion) 138

Table 22: Leading European Markets by Bank Deposits: 2010 (InUS$ Billion) 139

Table 23: Leading European Markets by Bank Loans Granted:

2010 (In US$ Billion) 139

Mortgage Market 140

Table 24: Outstanding Residential Mortgage Lending in Select

Leading Countries in Europe: 2010 140

4a. FRANCE 141A Concentrated Industry 141Table 25: Leading Banks in France (2011): Total Assets in US$Trillion for BNP Paribas, Crédit Agricole, Société Généraleand Groupe BPCE 141Retail Banking 141Table 26: French Past, Current & Future Analysis forAutomated Teller Machines with Installed Base in '000 Unitsfor Years 2011 and 2015 142Bank Cards 142

4b. GERMANY 143

Table 27: Leading Banks in Germany (2011): Total Assets in US$

Trillion for Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank 143

Commercial and Retail Banking 143

Table 28: Banking Sector in Germany (2011): Percentage

Breakdown of Bank Assets by Type of Bank - Landesbanken,

Commercial Banks, Savings Banks, Regional Banks, Co-Operative

Local Banks, Co-Operative Central Banks, and Foreign Banks 143

Table 29: Banking Sector in Germany (2011): PercentageBreakdown of Bank Loans by Type of Bank - Savings Banks,Co-Operative Local Banks, Commercial Banks, Regional Banks,Landesbanken, Co-Operative Central Banks, and Foreign Banks 144

Table 30: Banking Sector in Germany (2011): Percentage

Breakdown of Bank Savings by Type of Bank - Savings Banks,

Co-Operative Local Banks, Regional Banks, Commercial Banks

and Others 144

Bank Cards 144

ATMs (Automated Teller Machine) 145

Table 31: German Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Automated Teller Machines with Installed Base in '000 Units

for Years 2007 through 2015 145

Banking Software 145

Mortgage Finance 145

Wincor Nixdorf (Germany) 145

4c. ITALY 147Overview 147Table 32: Leading Banking Firms in Italy (2011): Assets UnderManagement (AuM) in $Trillion for Intesa Sanpaolo 147

Table 33: Number of Cashless Payments by Transaction Mode in

Italy (2011): Percentage Breakdown for Debit

Transfers/Collection Orders, Bank Cheques and Bank Drafts,

Debit Card Payments, and Credit Transfers 147

Table 34: Transaction Value by Cashless Payments Mode inItaly (2011): Percentage Breakdown for Credit Transfers, BankCheques and Bank Drafts, Debit Transfers/ Collection Orders,and Debit Card Payments 148

4d. THE UNITED KINGDOM 149

Table 35: Card Usage in the UK by Card Type (2007-2010):

Number of Purchase Transactions for Credit Card and Debit Card

in Millions 149

Table 36: Card Usage in the UK by Sector (2007-2010):Percentage Breakdown of Transaction Volume for Retail andServices 149

Table 37: Card Spending in the UK by Type (2007-2010):

Transaction Value in £ Billions for Credit Card and Debit Card 150

Table 38: Card Spending in the UK by Sector (2007-2010):Percentage Breakdown of Transaction Value for Retail andServices 150Automated Teller Machines Market in the UK 151Table 39: UK Past, Current & Future Analysis for AutomatedTeller Machines with Installed Base in '000 Units for Years2011 and 2015 151

4e. RUSSIA 152

Table 40: Banking Sector in Russia (2011): Percentage

Breakdown by Ownership of Bank Assets by Category -

State-Owned Banks, Captive and Other Banks, Privately Owned

Domestic Banks, Regional Banks, and Foreign Banks 152

Positive Growth Prospects in Retail Banking 152

Credit Card Market 152

Table 41: Credit Cards Transactions in Russia (A Historic

Review): Breakdown of Transactions Value in Ruble Billion for

2003 through 2008 by Bank - Bank of Russia, and Private

Payment 153

Table 42: Russian Current & Future Analysis for AutomatedTeller Machines with Installed Base in '000 Units for Years2011 through 2015 153

4f. REST OF EUROPE 154

Banking Market Overview 154

Automated Teller Machines Market in Rest of Europe 154

Table 43: Rest of Europe Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Automated Teller Machines with Installed Base in '000 Units

for Years 2011 through 2015 154

Sweden 155

Table 44: Swedish Banking Industry: Number of Banks by Type

for Years 2000 and 2010 155

Table 45: Banking Transactions in Sweden by Payment Mode(2005 & 2010): Number of Transactions in Millions for Cards(Credit and Debit) and ATMs 155

Table 46: Leading Banks in Sweden by Equity (2010):

Shareholder Equity in US$ Billion for Nordea, SEB, Swedbank

and Handelsbank 155

Table 47: Leading Banks in Sweden by Lending to Public(2010): Total Lent Value in US$ Billion for Nordea,Handelsbanken, Swedbank and SEB 156

Table 48: Leading Banks in Sweden by Balance (2010): Total

Balance in US$ Billion for Nordea, SEB, Handelsbanken and

Swedbank 156

Table 49: Swedish Bank Deposits by Customer Type (2010):Percentage Breakdown of Total Value Deposits for Household,Corporate, Foreign Public, Public Sector and Others 156

Table 50: Swedish Bank Lending by Customer Type (2010):

Percentage Breakdown of Lent Value for Corporate, Foreign

Public, Household, Public Sector and Others 157

Ireland 157

Table 51: Irish Online Banking Market (2009 & 2010):

Analyzed in terms of Number of Registered Customers,

Frequency of Access, and Payment Volumes 157

Table 52: Irish Online Payment Volumes by Source (2009 &2010): Percentage Breakdown of Volume Transactions forDomestic Payments, Mobile Top-ups, and International Payments 158Bulgaria 158Croatia 158Czech Republic 158Czech Banking Association 159Hungary 159Poland 159Table 53: Banking Sector in Poland (2011): PercentageBreakdown by Structure of Bank Ownership by Category -Foreign Banks, Small Investors, Treasury, DomesticInvestors, and Other State Institutions 159Portugal 160Table 54: Banking Sector in Portugal (2011): PercentageBreakdown of Deposits by Type - Time Deposits byIndividuals, Demand Deposits by Individuals, Demand Depositsby Non- Financial Corporation, and Time Deposits byNon-Financial Corporations 160Spain 160Table 55: Spanish Current & Future Analysis for AutomatedTeller Machines with Installed Base in '000 Units for Years2011 through 2015 160Switzerland 161Overview 161Key Players 161Types of Swiss Banks 161The Netherlands 161

5. ASIA-PACIFIC 162

Table 56: Asia-Pacific Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) by Geographic Region/Country

- China, India, South Korea, Australia, and Rest of Asia-

Pacific Markets Independently Analyzed with Installed Base in

'000 Units for Years 2011 through 2015 162

Loans 162

Key Markets in Asia-Pacific 163

Australia 163

Table 57: Australian Current & Future Analysis for Automated

Teller Machines with Installed Base in '000 Units for Years

2007 through 2015 163

China 164

Overview and Outlook 164

Table 58: Chinese Current & Future Analysis for Automated

Teller Machines with Installed Base in '000 Units for Years

2011 through 2015 165

Table 59: State-Owned Commercial Banks in China - ForeignStrategic Investors 165

Table 60: Second-Tier Joint Stock Commercial Banks in China

- Foreign Strategic Investors 166

Table 61: City Commercial Banks in China - ForeignStrategic Investors 166India 167A Review of the Indian Banking Sector 167Table 62: Indian Current & Future Analysis for AutomatedTeller Machines with Installed Base in '000 Units for Years2011 through 2015 168Outlook 168Competitive Landscape 169Table 63: Leading Public Sector Banks in India by Assets:2011 (In US$ Billion) 169

Table 64: Leading Public Sector Banks in India by Income:

2011 (In US$ Million) 170

Table 65: Leading Private Sector Banks in India by TotalAssets: 2011 (In US$ Billion) 171

Table 66: Leading Private Sector Banks in India by Income:

2011 (In US$ Million) 172

Table 67: Leading Overseas Banks in India by Total Assets:2011 (In US$ Billion) 173

Table 68: Leading Overseas Banks in India by Income: 2011

(In US$ Million) 174

Indonesia 174

Malaysia 175

Philippines 175

Singapore 175

South Korea 176

Overview 176

Table 69: South Korean Current & Future Analysis for

Automated Teller Machines with Installed Base in '000 Units

for Years 2011 through 2015 176

Vietnam 177

6. MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA 178Market Overview 178Table 70: The Middle East & Africa Past, Current & FutureAnalysis for Automated Teller Machines with Installed Base in'000 Units for Years 2007 through 2015 178Israel 179Overview 179Operating Environment 180Outlook 180Libya 181Saudi Arabia 181United Arab Emirates (UAE) 181Africa 181Mobile Banking to Burgeon Significantly in Africa 181

7. LATIN AMERICA 183

Table 71: Latin American Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Automated Teller Machines by Geographic Region/Country -

Brazil and Rest of Latin American Markets Independently

Analyzed with Installed Base in '000 Units for Years 2007

through 2015 183

Brazil 183

A Key Market in Latin America 183

Pension Funds Post Robust Gains 184

Asset Managers 184

An Insight 184

Table 72: Brazilian Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Automated Teller Machines with Installed Base in '000 Units

for Years 2007 through 2015 185

Loan Volumes 185

Outlook 185

Chile 185

Overview 185

Securities 186

Liberalization 186

Bad loans 186

Colombia 187

Market Overview 187

Mexico 187

Table 73: Payment Cards Usage in Mexico (A Historic Review):

Number of Cards Used in Thousands for 2003 through 2008 for

Debit Cards and Credit Cards 187

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