The “Islamic Finance Market” research report 2019 delivers comprehensive information about the market ranging from the establishment to the predictable growth trend. Islamic Finance market report provides brief analytical data of the market contenders globally using advanced methodological approaches, such as SWOT analysis, production chain, cost, sales margin, financial details, recent developments. Islamic Finance market report also offers market competitors that includes detailed company profiles along with company product specifications.
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Key Market Trends:
Islamic Banking is the Largest Segment
Islamic banking is the largest sector in the Islamic finance industry, contributing to 71%, or USD 1.72 trillion, of the industrys assets. The sector is supported by an array of commercial, wholesale, and other types of banks. Yet commercial banking remains the main contributor to the sectors growth. There were 505 Islamic banks in 2017, including 207 Islamic Banking windows. However, the number of players is not necessarily indicative of the size of the industry, in terms of assets. Islamic finances second-largest market, Saudi Arabia, has 16 Islamic banks, including windows, which is less than the smaller markets of Malaysia and the United Arab Emirates.
With the rapidly growing popularity of mobile banking, particularly among younger people, according to PwCs 2018 Digital Banking Consumer Survey, a growing number of digital-only, or disruptor banks with no physical branches, have emerged. Islamic banks are also catching up on this trend, with the launch of digital-only subsidiaries, such as Gulf International Banks Meem in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia, and Albaraka Türks insha in Germany and other European countries with large Muslim communities.
Islamic banking is commonly seen to have two advantages over conventional banking. The first is a perception that Islamic banks are bound to a higher moral standard. They will not take on irresponsible amounts of risk or pay outsize bonuses to their top bankers. The second is that earnings come from identifiable assets, not opaque combinations of derivatives and securities. Because Islamic banks cannot make money through interest, they rely on ties to tangible assets, such as real estate and equity, charging rent instead of interest.
GCC Regional Overview
Shariah-compliant assets represent a significant portion of total banking assets of the GCC. While in the Middle East & North African (MENA) region, Islamic Banking assets represent 14% of total banking assets. In the GCC, the market share of Islamic banking crossed the 25% threshold, which suggests that Islamic banks have become systemically important in these countries.
GCC Islamic banking assets reached USD 490 billion by the end of June 2013, with Saudi Arabia dominating the region with a 49% share, followed by the United Arab Emirates (19%), Kuwait (16%), Qatar (11%), and Bahrain (5%). This segment is still nascent in Oman (Islamic Financial Services Board (IFSB), (2015)). Islamic banking has acquired systemic proportions in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates, in line with IFSBs definition of systemic, at least 15% of banking system assets. Retail Islamic banking in Bahrain has reached systemic proportions with a 27% asset share in retail banking, and a 13% asset share in total retail and wholesale banking. Omans entry in Islamic Banking was in late 2012.
The Research Document Will Answer Following Questions Such as:
- What are the cutting-edge technologies responsible for driving the growth of the market?
- What are the main applications of the market? What are the growth prospects to the market applications into the market?
- At what stage of development are the key market products?
- What are the shortcomings that has to face to become commercially viable? Is their growth and commercialization dependent on cost declines or technological/application breakthroughs?
- What is the outlook for the industry?
- What difference does performance characteristics of Islamic Finance create from those of established entities?
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Detailed TOC of Islamic Finance Market Report 2019-2024:
1.1 Study Deliverables
1.2 Study Assumptions
1.3 Scope of the Study
2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
2.1 Analysis Methodology
2.2 Research Phases
3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
4 MARKET DYNAMICS
4.5 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
4.6 Industry Value Chain Analysis
5 MARKET SEGMENTATION
5.1 SEGMENTATION – BY FINANCIAL MODES
5.1.1 Islamic Banking
5.1.2 Islamic Insurance : Takaful
5.1.3 Islamic Bonds
5.1.4 Islamic Funds : Equities and Other Instruments
188.8.131.52 Saudi Arabia
184.108.40.206 United Arab Emirates
5.2.2 Middle East & North Africa (MENA) ex GCC
220.127.116.11 Rest of Middle East & North Africa
5.2.3 Southeast Asia and Asia-Pacific
18.104.22.168 Rest of Southeast Asia and Asia-Pacific
22.214.171.124 United Kingdom
126.96.36.199 United States
6 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
6.1 Company Profiles
6.1.1 Dubai Islamic Bank
6.1.2 National Commercial Bank Saudi Arabia
6.1.3 Bank Mellat Iran
6.1.4 Bank Melli Iran
6.1.5 Kuwait Finance House
6.1.6 Bank Saderat Iran
6.1.7 Malayan Bank Berhad (Maybank) Malaysia
6.1.8 Bank Maskan Iran
6.1.9 Qatar Islamic Bank
6.1.10 Alinma Bank Saudi Arabia
6.2 Mergers and Acquisitions
6.3 Investment Outlook
7 MARKET OPPORTUNITIES AND FUTURE TRENDS
8 REGULATORY FRAMEWORK OF ISLAMIC FINANCE
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