Like all of BMI's Industry Risk/Reward Ratings, its takes into account the Rewards on offer within the banking sector in a given country, but also the Risks to investors being able to realise those opportunities.
(PRWEB UK) 24 February 2014
Business Monitor has just released its latest analysis on the Investment Opportunities that are available in the commercial banking sector in developed states in their new whitepaper ‘Developed States Investment Opportunities In Commercial Banking: Risk/Reward Analysis’.
The whitepaper includes Business Monitor’s country comparative risks and rewards assessment for the Commercial Banking industry across developed markets, as well as particular focus on US, UK, Germany and Japan. Data includes Commercial Banking Sector Indicators, Key Ratios, Annual Growth Rate Projections 2012-2017 (%), Ranking Out Of 69 Countries Reviewed In 2013, and Commercial Banking Sector Indicators, 2010-2017.
A snapshot of the whitepaper:
Since Q108, we have described numerically the banking business environment for each of the countries analysed by BMI. We do this through our Commercial Banking Industry Risk/Reward Rating (IRR), a measure that ensures we capture the latest quantitative information available. It also ensures consistency across all countries. Like all of BMI's Industry Risk/Reward Ratings, its takes into account the Rewards on offer within the banking sector in a given country, but also the Risks to investors being able to realise those opportunities. The overall Rating is weighted 70% towards Rewards and 30% towards Risks.
Within the Rewards category, we look at factors that are specific to the banking industry (accounting for 60% of the score within this category), and elements that relate to that country in general (accounting for 40% of the weighting). These include, but are not limited to, total assets, asset and loan growth, GDP and taxation. Likewise on the Risks side, we look at industry-specific Risks (weighted 40% of the Risks total) and country-specific Risks (weighted 60%). These include, but are not limited to, the regulatory framework and environment, the competitive environment, financial risk, legal risk and policy continuity…
To read the rest of this brand new whitepaper and to gain access to even more of Business Monitor’s expert views and analysis, please click here or contact Sarah Sutcliffe at Press(at)businessmonitor(dot)com.
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