Delhi, India (PressExposure) January 20, 2009 -- RNCOS has recently added a new Market Research Report titled, âMiddle East Banking - Corporate Loan a Hot Opportunityâ to its report gallery. 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 âMiddle East Banking - Corporate Loan a Hot Opportunityâ, our new research report.
As per our study, we believe the global recession will have insignificant impact on the industry because of the conservative investment strategies practiced in the region. Thus, they have got least exposure to the US financial and property market and other problematic assets. This conservativeness is expected to pay in the years to come and banking sector in the region will continue to grow.
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.
This research 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 the leading-edge opportunities critical to the success of the banking Industry in the countries of Middle East. Detailed data and analysis help investors, financial service providers and global banking players navigate through the evolving banking sector in the Middle East.
Key industry forecasts (2009-2012)
- Total Middle East bank assets - Assets, loans and deposits for each country
This section 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.
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