Botswana Commercial Banking Sector Examined by BMI in In-Demand Report Now Available at

20 Sep 2013 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – The banking industry is a rapidly-growing and important sector in Botswana’s economy. The industry has witnessed considerable growth over the past several years, increasing by over 10% annually. Amid the rapid development of other segments in Botswana’s financial sector, the banking segment remains the dominant and the fastest-growing one.

Botswana’s banking sector consists of the central bank and seven commercial banks such as Standard Chartered Bank, Capital Bank, First National Bank, Barclay Bank, Stanbic Bank, Bank of Baroda and Bank Gaborone.

In-demand research report “Botswana Commercial Banking Report Q4 2013” worked out by Business Monitor International (BMI) provides a comprehensive assessment of the commercial banking market in Botswana.

The report offers an in-depth analysis of the Botswana commercial banking sector. It contains historical, present and forecast data on the industry’s total asset and liability growth, client loans, and client deposits. The study examines major market drivers and outlines future prospects for the market development, portrays macroeconomic situation in the country, evaluates the actual level of development and growth potential of the commercial banking sector in Botswana. The report describes the competitive landscape, reviews the leading market players giving details on their initiatives, as well as characterizes government policies and regulations in the country.

Report Details:

Botswana Commercial Banking Report Q4 2013
Published: August, 2013
Pages: 58
Price: US$ 1,295.00

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