Transaction banking has taken center stage in global financial services with many banks expanding their global reach, partnering with domestic players and adding additional services, such as supply chain finance. Now banks cannot ignore transaction banking. It is important for transaction bankers to understand the field as the field continues to become more important.
The Dragon Banker has produced The Asia-Pacific Transaction Banking 2016 Report to provide information on key trends on products and services innovation that is redefining transaction banking in Asia. The report also provides data on market share of major FI players on a country-by-country basis in Asia and analyses on the competitive landscapes in each market.
This report looks into the details of important innovations in transaction banking products, which includes examples of projects done by international and domestic banks. We analyze 8 critical Asian countries: China, Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Japan and the Philippines.
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Who should invest in this report?
This report can be used as an internal benchmarking of the world’s most influential banks to work with the local FI community. It also allows regional and local banks to understand the pros and cons of long-term strategies and initiatives of global banks. Either way, this report will be an indispensable tool for all transactional bankers who seek a comprehensive picture of the market.
This report is an indispensable tool for internal benchmarking of international corporate banks’ engagement with the local FI community. It also allows domestic banks to understand the strengths and weaknesses as well as to track the long-term strategy and development of their international competitors.
Research for the 2016 report occurred between August and October 2015. The banks were evaluated by an extensive questionnaire and via long interviews.
The Dragon Banker’s utilizes a simple yet proven methodology to ensure the accuracy of our reports. We use primary sources to acquire the intelligence we need which includes interviews, surveys and conversations to ensure that our data and analysis is on the forefront and accurate.