The Dragon Banker’s The Retail Banking in Indonesia 2016 report is the result of an extensive project completed by The Dragon Banker’s teams in Beijing and Hong Kong over a three-month period in 2016.
This report attempts to calculate the number of credit cards in the market, the number of debit cards, the number of ATMs, retail bank lending, and more importantly, it looks deeply into the strategies of the banks in all the aspects mentioned. Not only do we provide the data, but our analysts also provide a sharp analysis that creates a story around the numbers. The Dragon Banker’s reports give life to the data.
In this report you will find opportunities in the most current data we have gathered, understand competitive threats with our detailed market analyses, and plan your corporate strategy with our expert qualitative evaluations and growth projections.
This report will give the reader strategic intelligence about the most competitive players in Indonesia’s retail banking industry. It will also allow the reader to fully understand key industry trends, opportunities, and problems within Indonesia’s retail banking sector.
1. Forward and Introduction
2. The Dragon Banker’s Methodology
3. Indonesia’s Retail Banking Industry: A Key Market for Foreign Banks
4. Main Domestic & International Regulations Impacting Indonesia’s Retail Banking Sector
5. The Emerging Role of Social Media and Big Data in Indonesian Retail Banks
6. The Role of Branches: The Competitive Environment, Opportunities, Trends
7. The ATM Market in Indonesia: The Battle for Access to Clients and Vender Market
8. Mobile Banking: Leaders in the Market and Clients’ Preferences
9. Credit Cards: The next Generational Customer, the Use of Credit Cards and Strategies of
10. Retail Lending Market Share in Indonesia and Strategies of Major Players
11. Debit Cards in Indonesia: The Competition for More Wallet Share
12. Mortgages: The Rise of the Indonesian Middle Class, Competitive Landscape,
Opportunities for Banks
13. Indonesia’s Wealth Management Landscape
a. The Current State of the Wealth Management Market in Indonesia
b. The Psychological Makeup of Indonesia HNWI
c. Independent Market Sizing of Indonesia HNWI
d. Current Insights into the Drivers of HNWI Clients
14. Overall Competition of banks in Indonesia’s Retail Market: SWOT Analysis
d. Bk Mandiri
e. CIMB Niaga