Research and Markets
announced the addition of the “Analyzing the Indian Financial Services Industry”
report to their offering.
The Indian financial services industry is in a process of rapid transformation.
Reforms are continuing as part of the overall structural reforms aimed at
improving the productivity and efficiency of the economy. The role of an
integrated financial infrastructure is to stimulate and sustain economic growth.
Overall, the US$28 billion Indian financial sector has grown at around 15
percent and has displayed stability for the last several years, even when other
markets in the Asian region were facing a crisis, according to Ministry of
External Affairs, Government of India. This stability was ensured through the
resilience that has been built into the system over time. The financial sector
has kept pace with the growing needs of corporate and other borrowers. Banks,
capital market participants and insurers have developed a wide range of products
and services to suit varied customer requirements. The Reserve Bank of India
(RBI) has successfully introduced a regime where interest rates are more in line
with market forces.
Financial institutions have combated the reduction in interest rates and
pressure on their margins by constantly innovating and targeting attractive
consumer segments. Banks and trade financiers have also played an important role
in promoting foreign trade of the country.
Aruvian’s Research report Analyzing the Indian Financial Services Industry is a
complete insight into this complex, competitive and fast paced industry which
holds the potential and promise of one of the highest growing sectors in the
Asian Sub Continent. The report explores the profile of the financial services
industry in the world economy and builds the same basis the trade and investment
flow patterns which give birth to the driving trends of the industry thereby
governing increasing manpower and capital allocation to this sector.
The report analyzes the Indian Financial Sector in detail by breaking the
industry into segments which are active in this realm and the competitive
factors which are boosting the industry growth. This report also draws up a
scenario of studying the conditions prevalent in the pre-reform era and compares
it with the post reforms which have been undertaken in this sector which have
galvanized growth in this important and ethically driven industry.
The report further details India’s trade in financial services industry and
explores the export potential of these services in sectors as banking and
insurance which are the global powerhouses and movers of investment to key
areas. Some of the barriers to India achieving its full potential in these
services are also explained in this report.
The impact of international treaties as the GATS and critical development areas
such as outsourcing and offshoring with reference to India’s position in the
global map is also explained in depth sections in this report.
Further, the report presents a unique analytical section on the Indian Financial
Services Industry by applying the SWOT, PEST & Porters Five Forces Strategy
Analysis to the industry in order to better explain its inner mechanisms at work
which are the basis of this industry and lend a distinct character to it.
The report examines the core thrust of India’s negotiating tactics in the
financial services industry. This research elaborates on certain approaches to
making the Indian Financial Services Industry more competitive through the
required regulatory reforms or looking at possible reduction of governmental
interest in this sector.
The report also profiles the major contributors to the industry and their
relative performances which lead up to the reports section on the future outlook
of the Indian Financial Services Industry.
Key Topics Covered:
A. Executive Summary
B. Profile of Financial Services in the World Economy
C. Introduction to the Indian Financial Services Sector
D. Reforms in the Indian Financial Services Sector
E. India’s Trade in Financial Services
F. GATS & The Indian Financial Services Industry
G. Outsourcing & Offshoring in Financial Services – Where Does India Stand?
H. SWOT Framework Analysis of the Indian Financial Services Industry
I. PEST Framework Analysis
J. Porters Five Forces Strategy Analysis
K. Thrust of India’s Approach to Negotiating Strategy in Financial Services
L. How to Make the Indian Financial Services Sector More Competitive
M. Major Contributors to the Industry
N. Indian Financial Services Industry: Future Perspective
P. Glossary of Terms
* HDFC Bank Limited
* ICICI Bank
* Life Insurance Corporation of India
* State Bank of India
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