I need to analyze the banking industry in Germany. Can you assist me?
Thank you for contacting ReportLinker. Out of the many reports that we have access to about the banking industry in Germany, we have selected two to help you with your query.
The first report, titled Banks in Germany was published by Marketline in October 2015. This 38 page industry profile contains qualitative and quantitative information on the banking industry within Germany. It includes data on the market size, market shares and market segmentation, as well as details on the key players within the industry. The report looks at the competitive pressures of the market, the growth trends and other macroeconomic information. The German banking industry had total assets of $10,355 billion in 2014, after having a compound annual growth rate of -1.5% between 2010 and 2014.The most valuable segment of the market in 2014 was bank credit, making up 34.6% of the industry’s value at $3,580 billion. The German industry is quite consolidated, with Deutsche Bank as the market leader. Commerzbank’s position in the market has been strengthened, especially since their 2009 acquisition of Dresder Bank. The market shares of DZ Bank and LBBW are smaller than both Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank. The remainder of the market is mostly taken up by local banks.
The other report is Deutscher Sparkassen & Giroverbane eV (DSGV) in Financial Cards and Payments (Germany). This two page study was published in November 2015 by Euromonitor International. DSGV is the largest banking group within Germany and each institution is decentralized and operates independently. These savings banks focus on sustainable business policy, which helps to explain their success in the German Market. This report looks at the strategic direction taken by the banking group, giving the background of the organization as well as its competitive position.
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