Greater China Banking Advisory Service – 2013 Research Calendar
2013 China Top 10 Technology Trends - Banking and Capital Markets
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While the rest of the world struggles with a lingering financial crisis, Chinese Financial institutions will continue investing in financial technology innovation in 2013. New technologies such as EMV and mobile near-field payments will drive significant investment as financial institutions continue to modernize and expand both the breadth and depth of their product offerings. This webinar and reports from Kapronasia will look at some of the key insights from Kapronasia’s “China Financial Technology 2013 – Top 10 Trends Shaping the Industry" report, a comprehensive look at the key issues and challenges and how banks are overcoming them.
New for 2013 is the addition of our top-10 trends in China's capital markets report which will be published along with the banking report.
Overview of China’s Payment Industry 2013
In our third annual overview of the Payments Industry, we give the reader a clear overall understanding of the payments market in China including the drivers, the issues and what the future holds. This report continues to be the most comprehensive view of the Chinese payments market available today.
Core Banking in China
The core banking system is one of a bank’s most important and strategic assets. After a long period of data consolidation and infrastructure upgrades, where does the core banking market in China stand today? In this report Kapronasia takes a look at some of the key trends and issues in the core-banking market in China as well an overview of where the main banks are in their core-banking decision cycle and the prospects of core banking upgrades within each segment of China’s banking industry.
ATMs in China
Cash is still an important part of society in China and ATMs are nearly ubiquitous, yet China is still behind in both the number and functionality of ATMs. This report focuses on the key trends and issues that are driving ATM purchasing behaviours in China. The report will also give an overview of the main types and producers of ATMs in the market, the basic functionality, as well as some of the key differentiators in terms of hardware modularization of hardware, software and business usage.
China Retail Banking 2013 – What do consumers really want?
The retail banking industry in China is getting more and more competitive as city commercial and joint-stock commercial banks refine their value proposition and foreign banks are given more access to the market, but are banks really offering what customers are looking for? Based on interviews with customers and banks, the China Retail Banking 2013 report will identify the key gaps in the market offerings of banks and how technology can bridge those gaps.