Noida, India (PressExposure) October 31, 2009 -- RNCOS has recently added a new Market Research Report titled, âOpportunities in Brazil Banking Sectorâ to its report gallery. Brazilian banking sector is strong, diversified and adequately capitalized. Its high levels of capitalization have allowed it to weather the recent global credit crunch well. Despite the economic slowdown, the credit extension as well as bank deposits continued increasing in 2008 and are expected to maintain the pace in the coming years also.
With a favorable ratio of long-term to short-term deposits and a relatively low reliance on wholesale funding coupled with cautious credit policies, the banking sector in the country is expected to continue recording sizable growth in the coming years. In terms of assets, the sector is expected to grow at a CAGR of nearly 10% during 2009-2013, as per our new research report âOpportunities in Brazil Banking Sectorâ.
There has been huge demand for bank loans in the recent past, mainly due to the release of long-repressed demand in the consumer sector. However, the corporate credit also grew strongly in the past two years. Strong appetite for personal credit was stimulated by a marked recovery of real incomes and increased confidence in the prospects for continued macroeconomic stability.
Moreover, the deposits in the system remained mostly unaffected from global credit crunch. The deposits grew at a CAGR of over 29% during 2002-2008 with people still believing banks as the safest place for keeping their money and earn stable returns. Therefore, the deposit/GDP ratio in the country is found to be very high by both regional as well as international standards, having achieved an estimated 70% in 2008.
Our report âOpportunities in Brazil Banking Sectorâ provides detailed analysis of the banking sector in Brazil. It gives deep insight into each of the banking parameters like assets, loans, deposits and payment instruments. Most importantly, the report gives future outlook for each of the important industry aspects (assets, loans, deposits, etc.), considering the effects of global economic crisis on base drivers, opportunities and challenges faced by the banking sector in the country.
Additionally, the report contains detailed information of key industry players (both domestic and foreign), their business strategies and market share. The key players discussed in the report are ItaÃº-Unibanco, Banco do Brasila, Banco Bradesco, Banco Santander, HSBC and CitiBank.
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