Middle East Banking Sector Analysis

Date: February 1, 2012
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Middle East Banking Sector Analysis
The financial services sector in the Middle East, one of the world's fastest growing banking markets, is amid massive overhaul. The banking sector is well developed, profitable, and efficient in most of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries. As per our latest findings, public sector banks, characterized by government intervention in credit allocation, losses and liquidity issues, dominate the banking sector of many countries. In over 50% of the Middle East countries, the banking sector is highly concentrated, we observed.

According to “Middle East Banking Sector Analysis”, our new research report, central banks and other governing bodies in the region are taking several proactive measures to avoid any kind of discrepancies, though the Middle East is least affected as compared to other parts of the world. We also studied what measures are being taken by apex banks to increase consumers’ confidence level. Based on our analysis, it has been estimated that the Middle East banking industry assets will grow at a CAGR of over 16% during 2011-2014.

The geographic segmentation analysis, carried out in the extensive research, projected that the banking sector of Turkey, Qatar and Saudi will witness robust growth in the coming years. However, we found that the progress of financial sector reforms in the region has been uneven despite regulation and supervision. Though many countries like Turkey and Jordan have well-developed financial sector and nations such as Iran and Israel have walked miles, the overall situation in the region’s banking industry is still not satisfactory.

Middle East is one of the world’s largest Islamic banking markets. In the past decade, the Islamic banking has, in fact, evolved from a niche market to an important segment of the region’s local banking industry. It was noticed that in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, the assets in the Islamic banking have grown more than those of conventional banks in the past few years.

Our report studied products, services and key players in the banking sector of each country in the Middle East. This way, our research provides an overview of several prominent market players and regulatory environment prevalent in each nation. Such a comprehensive report will help clients analyze opportunities and factors critical to the success of banking industry in the Middle East countries. Detailed information, latest statistics and analysis included in the report will assist in making sound investment decisions.
1. ANALYST VIEW

2. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

3. MIDDLE EAST BANKING INDUSTRY - AN OVERVIEW

4. MARKET ATTRACTIONS

4.1 Flourishing Credit Card Market
4.2 Rapidly Growing ATMs and POS Terminals
4.3 Rising Bancassurance Market
4.4 Growing Expatriate Remittance Market

5. MARKET PERFORMANCE - BY COUNTRY

5.1 Turkey
  5.1.1 Bank Deposits
  5.1.2 Bank Loans
  5.1.3 Credit Cards
  5.1.4 Debit Cards
  5.1.5 POS and ATM Terminals
  5.1.6 Regulatory Developments
  5.1.7 Key Players
5.2 UAE
  5.2.1 Bank Deposits
  5.2.2 Bank Loans
  5.2.3 Credit Cards
  5.2.4 ATM Terminals
  5.2.5 Regulatory Developments
  5.2.6 Key Players
5.3 Israel
  5.3.1 Bank Deposits
  5.3.2 Bank Loans
  5.3.3 Credit Cards
  5.3.4 Regulatory Developments
  5.3.5 Key Players
5.4 Saudi Arabia
  5.4.1 Bank Deposits
  5.4.2 Bank Loans
  5.4.3 Payment Cards
  5.4.4 POS and ATM Terminals
  5.4.5 Regulatory Developments
  5.4.6 Key Players
5.5 Iran
  5.5.1 Bank Deposits
  5.5.2 Bank Loans
  5.5.3 Payment Cards
  5.5.4 POS and ATM Terminals
  5.5.5 Regulatory Developments
  5.5.6 Key Players
5.6 Bahrain
  5.6.1 Bank Deposits
  5.6.2 Bank Loans
  5.6.3 Credit Cards
  5.6.4 Regulatory Developments
  5.6.5 Key Players
5.7 Kuwait
  5.7.1 Bank Deposits
  5.7.2 Bank Loans
  5.7.3 Credit Cards
  5.7.4 Debit Cards
  5.7.5 POS and ATM Terminals
  5.7.6 Regulatory Developments
  5.7.7 Key Players
5.8 Qatar
  5.8.1 Bank Deposits
  5.8.2 Bank Loans
  5.8.3 Credit Cards
  5.8.4 Regulatory Developments
  5.8.5 Key Players
5.9 Jordan
  5.9.1 Bank Deposits
  5.9.2 Bank Loans
  5.9.3 Credit Cards
  5.9.4 Key Players
5.10 Oman
  5.10.1 Bank Deposits
  5.10.2 Bank Loans
  5.10.3 Payment Cards
  5.10.4 Regulatory Developments
  5.10.5 Key Players

6. ISLAMIC BANKING

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 3-1: Middle East - Bank Assets (Billion US$), 2009-2014
Figure 5-1: Turkey - Bank Assets (Billion TRY), 2009-2014
Figure 5-2: Turkey - Bank Deposits and Funds (Billion TRY), 2009-2014
Figure 5-3: Turkey - Bank Loans (Billion TRY), 2009-2014
Figure 5-4: Turkey - Number of Credit Cards (Million), 2009-2011
Figure 5-5: Turkey - Number of Debit Cards (Million), 2009-2011
Figure 5-6: Turkey - Number of POS Terminals (‘000), 2009-2011
Figure 5-7: Turkey - Number of ATMs (‘000), 2009-2011
Figure 5-8: UAE - Bank Assets (Billion AED), 2009-2014
Figure 5-9: UAE - Bank Deposits (Billion AED), 2009-2014
Figure 5-10: UAE - Bank Loans and Advances (Billion AED), 2009-2014
Figure 5-11: UAE - Number of ATMs (2009-2011)
Figure 5-12: Israel - Bank Assets (Billion NIS), 2009-2014
Figure 5-13: Israel - Bank Deposits (Billion NIS), 2009-2014
Figure 5-14: Israel - Bank Loans (Billion NIS), 2009-2014
Figure 5-15: Israel - Number of Credit Cards (‘000), 2009-2011
Figure 5-16: Saudi Arabia - Bank Assets (Billion SR), 2009-2014
Figure 5-17: Saudi Arabia - Bank Deposits (Billion SR), 2009-2014
Figure 5-18: Saudi Arabia - Bank Loans (Billion SR), 2009-2014
Figure 5-19: Saudi Arabia - Number of Payment Cards Issued (Million), 2009-2011
Figure 5-20: Saudi Arabia - Number of POS Terminals (2009-2011)
Figure 5-21: Saudi Arabia - Number of ATMs (2009-2011)
Figure 5-22: Iran - Bank Assets (Trillion IRR), FY 2009 to FY 2014
Figure 5-23: Iran - Bank Deposits (Trillion IRR), FY 2009 to FY 2014
Figure 5-24: Iran - Bank Loans (Billion US$), 2009-2014
Figure 5-25: Iran - Number of POS Terminals (000’), FY 2009 to FY 2011
Figure 5-26: Iran - Number of ATMs (FY 2009 to FY 2011)
Figure 5-27: Bahrain - Bank Assets (Billion US$), 2009-2014
Figure 5-28: Bahrain - Domestic Deposits (Billion BD), 2009-2014
Figure 5-29: Bahrain - Breakup of Bank Loans by Sector (%), 2009
Figure 5-30: Kuwait - Bank Assets (Billion KWD), 2009-2014
Figure 5-31: Kuwait - Bank Deposits (Billion KWD), 2009-2014
Figure 5-32: Kuwait - Bank Loans (Billion KWD), 2009-2014
Figure 5-33: Kuwait - Number of Credit Cards in Circulation (‘000), 2009-2011
Figure 5-34: Kuwait - Number of Debit Cards in Circulation ('000), 2009-2011
Figure 5-35: Kuwait - Number of POS Terminals (2009-2011)
Figure 5-36: Kuwait - Number of ATMs (2009-2011)
Figure 5-37: Qatar - Bank Assets (Billion QR), 2009-2014
Figure 5-38: Qatar - Bank Deposits (Billion QR), 2009-2014
Figure 5-39: Qatar - Bank Loans (Billion QR), 2009-2014
Figure 5-40: Jordan - Bank Assets (Billion JD), 2009-2014
Figure 5-41: Jordan - Bank Deposits (Billion JD), 2009-2014
Figure 5-42: Jordan- Distribution of Deposit by Type (%), 2010
Figure 5-43: Jordan - Bank Loans (Billion JD), 2009-2014
Figure 5-44: Oman - Bank Assets (Billion RO), 2009-2014
Figure 5-45: Oman - Bank Deposits (Billion RO), 2009-2014
Figure 5-46: Oman - Bank Loans (Billion RO), 2009-2014
Figure 5-47: Oman - Bank Loans by Economic Sectors (%), 2010

LIST OF TABLES

Table 5-1: Middle East - Bank Assets by Country (Billion US$), 2011
Table 5-2: Turkey - Banking Industry Structure (2007-2010)
Table 5-3: Oman - Number of Commercial Banks & Branches (2007-2010)
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