Mapping the Landscape Global Market Share, Opportunities, Segmentation and Forecast to 2022
PUNE, INDIA, May 26, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Summary
"New Entrants: Mapping the Landscape", report examines some of the most interesting and significant new entrants in the UK, the US, and Europe. This report is based on interviews with industry figures and secondary research.
Market conditions around the world have not historically been particularly friendly to new banking entrants. Stringent regulations have presented formidable barriers to entry, and only a minority of consumers express enthusiasm for banking with new providers. However, regulators in the UK, EU, and elsewhere are trying to make it easier for new providers to enter the market, and a number of new banks have commenced operations, with the UK proving a particularly popular location.
The report offers insight into –
– How regulators around the world are trying to create a more accommodating environment for new entrants.
– The key propositions and characteristics of the most noteworthy new entrants in the UK and beyond.
– What strategies new entrants should employ to maximize their chances of success.
– Consumer mobility in developed markets is low, and switching rates in the UK are falling. Only a small proportion of consumers are willing to use digital-only banks, and adoption will be slow in the short term.
– Regulators in the UK and EU are initiating open banking policies to promote competition, and many authorities have set up regulatory sandboxes to make it easier for start-ups to test their propositions.
– The UK is the single most popular market for new financial providers, with entrants such as Starling Bank, Monzo, and Atom Bank all having launched in the last few years.
Reasons to buy
– Discover how receptive consumers in global markets are to new entrants, and how the regulatory environment is changing.
– Learn about the key new entrants in the UK, France, Germany, and the US and what sets them apart from their competitors.
– Assess the future prospects of these providers.
Table of Content: Key Points
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 3
1.1. Market summary 3
1.2. Key findings 3
1.3. Critical success factors 3
2. THE CURRENT LANDSCAPE FOR NEW ENTRANTS 8
2.1. Consumers exhibit a preference for established providers 8
2.1.1. Current account switching in the UK is on the decline 8
2.1.2. Only a minority of consumers are receptive to fintech providers 10
2.1.3. Adoption of banking services provided by new entrants will be slow in the short term 11
2.2. Regulatory developments are opening up the market to challengers 12
2.2.1. PSD2 is set to open up the retail banking market in 2018 12
2.2.2. The CMA has mandated that UK banks provide access to customer data to third parties 13
2.2.3. The FCA has streamlined its procedures for authorizing new entrants 13
2.2.4. The FCA and PRA have partnered to create a New Bank Start-up Unit for the UK 13
2.2.5. Australia and Singapore have also introduced regulatory sandboxes 14
2.2.6. US regulators are trying to ease the authorization process for new banks 14
3. NEW ENTRANTS IN CLOSE-UP 17
3.1. The UK 18
3.1.1. Starling Bank is building a marketplace of third-party products 18
3.1.2. Monzo wants to equip users with detailed information on their spending 20
3.1.3. Atom Bank is gaining a reputation for highly competitive product pricing 23
3.1.4. Tandem will use data-driven insight to inform and advise its customers 26
3.1.5. Monese is successfully targeting the market for recent migrants 28
3.2. Germany 30
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