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The Asia Pacific FI Cash and Trade Trends and Satisfaction Report 2013
The Asia Pacific FI Cash and Trade Trends and Satisfaction Report 2013
Publication Date: Jun 11, 2013
Categories: Trade Finance, Transaction Banking
Keywords: Cash Management, Trade Finance Management, Client Relationships

A Comprehensive Assessment on the Strength of Client Relationships of International FIs with Local Banks.

Pre-Launch Price: US$ 3760 (valid till 30th June 2013)

Price : US$ 4700



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Introduction

The Asia Pacific FI Cash and Trade Trends and Satisfaction Report 2013 is the most comprehensive collection of emerging trends; outlining key drivers, best practices, market share and product innovations in the region. It is an extensive repository of actionable insights. It contains global benchmarks, infrastructure capabilities and rankings that can help leaders formulate better go-to-market strategies, products and services in cash management and trade finance.

The satisfaction survey covers global transaction banks rated by domestic financial institutions across the Asia Pacific region, including Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.

The survey is designed to meet the needs of business users in organisations that serve the transaction banking industry, including regional banks, as well as regulators, policy makers, consulting firms, technology companies and supporting industries.

Subscribers will be given passwords to the online version, where all data available in The Asia Pacific FI Cash and Trade Trends and Satisfaction Report 2013 are regularly updated. The report is also available in hard copy and CD Rom format.

Table of Content

  1. Key Themes and Emerging “Best Practices”
    1. Cash Management
      1. Emerging themes in cash management identified by international and regional/domestic transaction banks
      2. Emerging best practices in cash management identified by international transaction banks
      3. Emerging best practices in cash management identified by regional/domestic transaction banks
    2. Trade Finance
      1. Emerging themes in trade finance identified by international and regional/domestic transaction banks
      2. Emerging best practices in trade finance identified by international transaction banks
      3. Emerging best practices in trade finance identified by regional/domestic transaction banks
  2. Market Share Trends in Selected Markets
    1. Cash Management
      1. Australia
      2. China
      3. Hong Kong
      4. India
      5. Indonesia
      6. Malaysia
      7. New Zealand
      8. The Philippines
      9. Singapore
      10. South Korea
      11. Taiwan
      12. Thailand
      13. Vietnam
    2. Trade Finance
      1. Australia
      2. China
      3. Hong Kong
      4. India
      5. Indonesia
      6. Malaysia
      7. New Zealand
      8. The Philippines
      9. Singapore
      10. South Korea
      11. Taiwan
      12. Thailand
      13. Vietnam
  3. Key Product Innovations
    1. Cash Management
      1. Product and service innovation by international transaction banks
      2. Product and service innovation by regional/domestic transaction banks
      3. Assessment of banks’ ability to win cash management deals
    2. Trade Finance
      1. Product and service innovation by international transaction banks
      2. Key innovations in trade finance by regional/domestic transaction banks
      3. Assessment of bank's ability to win trade finance deals
  4. Satisfaction Survey
    1. Satisfaction level of international banks’ overall transaction banking services
      1. Assessment of international transaction banks’ interaction with regional/domestic transaction banks
      2. Assessment of international transaction banks’ relationship with regional/domestic transaction banks
      3. Assessment of international transaction banks’ transaction banking services
      4. Assessment of international transaction banks’ key features
    2. Satisfaction level of international transaction banks’ cash management services
      1. Assessment of international transaction banks’ importance to regional/domestic transaction banks in cash management
      2. Assessment of key features of international transaction banks’ cash management services
      3. Assessment of international transaction banks’ cash management services
      4. Assessment of international transaction banks’ relationship building skills
      5. Assessment of international transaction banks’ local support capabilities
      6. Assessment of international transaction banks’ value for price solutions
    3. Satisfaction level of international transaction banks’ trade finance services
      1. Assessment of the key features of international transaction banks in trade finance
      2. Assessment of international transaction banks’ trade finance business
      3. Assessment of international transaction banks’ letter of credit (LC) business
      4. Assessment of international transaction banks’ competitive pricing
      5. Assessment of international transaction banks’ value for price solutions
    4. Satisfaction level of international transaction banks’ currency clearing services
      1. USD clearing services
      2. Euro clearing services
      3. Sterling Pound (GBP) clearing services
      4. Japanese Yen (JPY) clearing services
      5. Rmb clearing services

These reports are updated on a regular basis. Free updates for a period of 8 months will be provided to the purchaser.

Who should buy this report?

The Asia Pacific FI Cash and Trade Trends and Satisfaction Report 2013 is designed for the following decision makers:

  1. Leaders of global corporate banks in cash management, payments, treasury and trade finance doing business across the Asia Pacific region
  2. Heads of strategic and corporate planning departments in financial institutions and companies that serve financial institutions in Asia Pacific
  3. Research analysts in financial institutions, regulatory bodies, government agencies and investment companies
  4. Investors and advisors in financial institutions in the Asia Pacific region
  5. Correspondent bankers interested in Asia Pacific banks
  6. Heads of finance and corporate treasurers
  7. Research/ market intelligence heads of businesses involved in Asia
  8. Management consultants and investment bankers
  9. Vendors and service providers selling to the financial services industry

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The report is a comprehensive compilation of retail banking data in the country and is available for US$4,700.

The purchase will include the following deliverables:

  • A hardcopy of the report
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