Middle East Banking Sector Forecast to 2013

Date: November 22, 2010
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The Middle East (ME) region is one of the world's fastest growing banking markets. The commercial banks that operate in competitive environment (with less direct government intervention, low market concentration and where foreign banks are allowed entry) are likely to be more efficient in coming years in the region. Most importantly, despite financial crisis in the world, banking sector in the region looks fundamentally strong, according to “Middle East Banking Sector Forecast to 2013”, our new research report.

According to our research, global recession has had an insignificant impact on the industry because of the conservative investment strategies practiced in the region. The least exposure towards toxic assets e.g. the US financial and property market and other problematic assets, kept the Middle East banking sector unaffected from crisis.

Central banks and other governing bodies in the region are taking many proactive measures to avoid any kind of discrepancies in the future, although the region is least affected compared to other parts of the world. Many Central banks are pumping money and maintaining liquidity through various measures to increase the confidence level of consumers. According to our research, banking sector of Turkey, the UAE, and Qatar will witness fast growth in the region along with other countries of the region.

Our team or experts has also found that the Middle East banking industry is becoming more competitive. Furthermore, the Middle East region is one of the largest Islamic banking markets in the world. Islamic banking in the region has evolved in the past decade from a niche market to an important segment of the local banking industry, and has now reached critical mass. Main factors responsible for the growth of the Islamic banking in the region are, strong government involvement, increasing demand for and offer of Islamic products, and the entrance of numerous new players.

Our report provides extensive research and in-depth analysis on the country-wise banking sector in the Middle East, their products, and services. It will help clients to analyze leading-edge opportunities critical to the success of the banking industry in the Middle East countries. Detailed data and analysis help investors, financial service providers, and global banking players navigate through the evolving banking sector in the Middle East.

Besides, our report provides a business overview of several prominent players in the industry, including National Bank of Bahrain, Bank Hapoalim Ltd, National Bank of Kuwait, National Commercial Bank, Oman International Bank, Jordan Ahli Bank, Bank Saderat Iran, National Bank of Dubai, Qatar National Bank, and Akbank.
1. ANALYST VIEW

2. MIDDLE EAST BANKING INDUSTRY - AN OVERVIEW

3. MARKET ATTRACTIONS

3.1 Flourishing Credit Card Market
3.2 Rapidly Growing ATMs and POS Terminals
3.3 Rising Bancassurance Market
3.4 Microfinance - Area of Opportunity
3.5 Private Banking
3.6 Growing Expatriate Remittance Market
3.7 Investment Banking - Back on Track

4. MARKET PERFORMANCE - BY COUNTRY

4.1 Turkey
  4.1.1 Bank Deposits
  4.1.2 Bank Loans
  4.1.3 Credit Cards
  4.1.4 Debit Cards
  4.1.5 POS and ATM Terminals
4.2 UAE
  4.2.1 Bank Deposits
  4.2.2 Bank Loans
  4.2.3 Credit Cards
  4.2.4 ATM Terminals
4.3 Israel
  4.3.1 Bank Deposits
  4.3.2 Bank Loans
  4.3.3 Credit Cards
4.4 Saudi Arabia
  4.4.1 Bank Deposits
  4.4.2 Bank Loans
  4.4.3 Payment Cards
  4.4.4 POS and ATM Terminals
4.5 Iran
  4.5.1 Bank Deposits
  4.5.2 Bank Loans
  4.5.3 Payment Cards
  4.5.4 POS and ATM Terminals
4.6 Bahrain
  4.6.1 Bank Deposits
  4.6.2 Bank Loans
  4.6.3 Credit Cards
4.7 Kuwait
  4.7.1 Bank Deposits
  4.7.2 Bank Loans
  4.7.3 Credit Cards
  4.7.4 Debit Cards
  4.7.5 POS and ATM Terminals
4.8 Qatar
  4.8.1 Bank Deposits
  4.8.2 Bank Loans
  4.8.3 Credit Cards
4.9 Jordan
  4.9.1 Bank Deposits
  4.9.2 Bank Loans
  4.9.3 Credit Cards
4.10 Oman
  4.10.1 Bank Deposits
  4.10.2 Bank Loans
  4.10.3 Payment Cards

5. ISLAMIC BANKING

6. INDUSTRY ROADBLOCKS

6.1 Highly Concentrated Market
6.2 Basel II Accords
6.3 Risk Factors
6.4 Challenges for Microfinance

7. PROMINENT PLAYERS

7.1 National Bank of Bahrain
7.2 Bank Hapoalim Ltd.
7.3 National Bank of Kuwait
7.4 National Commercial Bank
7.5 Oman International Bank
7.6 Jordan Ahli Bank
7.7 Bank Saderat Iran
7.8 National Bank of Dubai
7.9 Qatar National Bank
7.10 Akbank

LIST OF FIGURES:

Figure 2-1: Middle East - Bank Assets (Billion US$), 2008-2013
Figure 3-1: Middle East - Demand Met with Microfinance (%), 2007
Figure 3-2: Middle East - High Net-worth Individual (Trillion US$), 2008 & 2009
Figure 4-1: Turkey - Bank Assets (Billion US$), 2008-2013
Figure 4-2: Turkey - Bank Deposits and Funds (Billion US$), 2008-2013
Figure 4-3: Turkey - Bank Loans (Billion US$), 2008-2013
Figure 4-4: Turkey - Number of Credit Cards (Million), 2008-2013
Figure 4-5: Turkey - Number of Debit Cards (Million), 2008-2013
Figure 4-6: Turkey - Number of POS Terminals (‘000), 2008 & 2009
Figure 4-7: Turkey - Number of ATMs (‘000), 2008 & 2009
Figure 4-8: UAE - Bank Assets (Billion AED), 2008-2013
Figure 4-9: UAE - Bank Deposits (Billion AED), 2008-2013
Figure 4-10: UAE - Bank Loans and Advances (Billion AED), 2008-2013
Figure 4-11: UAE - Non-performing Loans (%), 2008 & 2009
Figure 4-12: UAE - Number of Credit Cards (Million), 2007 & 2010
Figure 4-13: UAE - Number of ATMs (2008 & 2009)
Figure 4-14: Israel - Bank Assets (Billion NIS), 2008-2013
Figure 4-15: Israel - Bank Deposits (Billion NIS), 2008-2013
Figure 4-16: Israel - Bank Loans (Billion NIS), 2008-2013
Figure 4-17: Israel - Number of Credit Cards (‘000), 2008-2013
Figure 4-18: Israel - Credit Card Transaction (Billion NIS), 2008-2013
Figure 4-19: Saudi Arabia - Bank Assets (Billion SR), 2008-2013
Figure 4-20: Saudi Arabia - Bank Deposits (Billion SR), 2008-2013
Figure 4-21: Saudi Arabia - Bank Loans (Billion SR), 2008-2013
Figure 4-22: Saudi Arabia - Number of Payment Cards Issued (Million), 2008 & 2009
Figure 4-23: Saudi Arabia - Number of POS Terminals (2008 & 2009)
Figure 4-24: Saudi Arabia - Number of ATMs (2008-2010)
Figure 4-25: Iran - Bank Assets (Trillion IRR), 2007-08 to 2012-13
Figure 4-26: Iran - Bank Deposits (Trillion IRR), 2007-08 to 2012-13
Figure 4-27: Iran - Bank Loans (Billion US$), 2008-2013
Figure 4-28: Bahrain - Bank Assets (Billion US$), 2008-2013
Figure 4-29: Bahrain - Domestic Deposits (Billion BD), 2008-2013
Figure 4-30: Bahrain - Breakup of Bank Loans by Sector (%), 2009
Figure 4-31: Kuwait - Bank Assets (Billion KWD), 2008-2013
Figure 4-32: Kuwait - Bank Deposits (Billion KWD), 2008-2013
Figure 4-33: Kuwait - Bank Loans (Million KWD), 2008-2013
Figure 4-34: Kuwait - Number of Credit Cards in Circulation (‘000), 2008-2013
Figure 4-35: Kuwait - Number of Debit Cards in Circulation ('000), 2008-2013
Figure 4-36: Kuwait - Number of POS Terminals (2008 & 2009)
Figure 4-37: Kuwait - Number of ATMs (2008 & 2009)
Figure 4-38: Qatar - Bank Assets (Billion QR), 2008-2013
Figure 4-39: Qatar - Bank Deposits (Billion QR), 2008-2013
Figure 4-40: Qatar - Bank Loans (Billion QR), 2008-2013
Figure 4-41: Jordan - Bank Assets (Billion JD), 2008-2013
Figure 4-42: Jordan - Bank Deposits (Billion JD), 2008-2013
Figure 4-43: Jordan - Bank Loans (Billion JD), 2008-2013
Figure 4-44: Jordan - Non-performing Loans (%), 2008 & 2009
Figure 4-45: Oman - Bank Assets (Billion RO), 2008-2013
Figure 4-46: Oman - Bank Deposits (Billion RO), 2008-2013
Figure 4-47: Oman - Bank Loans (Billion RO), 2008-2013
Figure 4-48: Oman - Bank Loans by Economic Sectors (%), 2009

LIST OF TABLES:

Table 4-1: Middle East - Bank Assets by Country (Billion US$), 2010
Table 4-2: Oman - Number of Commercial Banks & Branches (2006-2009)
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