The report provides detailed market analysis, information and insights into the Indian consumer finance market, including:
• Current and forecast values for the Indian consumer finance market
• Comprehensive analysis of the industry’s market attractiveness and key trends and drivers supporting the growth of the consumer finance market in India
• Detailed analysis of the marketing strategies adopted by banks in India for selling consumer loans
• Detailed analysis of the challenges affecting the Indian consumer finance market
• Company profiles of the major banks in the Indian consumer finance market
The Indian consumer finance market recorded a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16.4% during the review period (2007–2011). It is projected to retain a high CAGR of 14.55% over the forecast period (2012–2016). The strong growth will be driven by the country’s improving macro- and micro-economic fundamentals, and by the increasing domestic demand for consumer finance services. India’s rising employment levels are expected to generate more demand for consumer finance in the country. The unemployment rate in India is projected to decrease from 6.6% in 2011 to 6.3% in 2016. The improving employment conditions in the country will encourage Indians to increase their personal consumption expenditure, which will create a higher demand for consumer finance products, such as personal loans, education loans, auto loans and mortgage loans. The country’s sustained economic growth, rising disposable income levels, affordable interest rates and tax incentives are the main macroeconomic growth drivers that are encouraging the housing loan category’s development in India. Although the Indian consumer finance market registered significant growth during the review period, the market’s growth decelerated towards the end of the review period as a result of the country’s microfinance crisis caused by India’s strict regulatory environment. The Indian banking industry is well regulated and contains 167 commercial banks. The banks operating in India include a mixture of both domestic and foreign businesses. Despite the fragmented nature of the Indian banking industry, the competitive landscape for the Indian consumer finance market varies significantly depending on each product category.
• This report provides an extensive analysis on the consumer finance market in India
• It details historical values for the consumer finance market in India for 2007–2011, along with forecast figures for 2012–2016
• The report provides a detailed analysis on key trends and drivers, marketing strategies, and challenges in the consumer finance market in India
• It outlines the current regulatory framework in the industry
• It details the marketing strategies adopted by various banks
• It profiles the major banks in India
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• Housing loans was the largest category in the Indian consumer finance market, and it generated approximately 56.9% of the total market value in 2011.
• The gold loans category was the fastest growing in the Indian consumer finance market during the review period. It recorded an impressive CAGR of 43.93% during the review period.
• The education loans category recorded the second-fastest CAGR of 30.20% during the review period. This growth was primarily due to the rapid expansion of India’s education services, as well as the rising number of students choosing to travel aboard to access higher education.
• The auto finance category recorded a strong CAGR of 18.85% during the review period
• The Indian credit card loans category is in the initial stages of development. It recorded a CAGR of -0.28% during the review period. This was mainly due to the country’s high defaults rate and the availability of other popular credit products in the Indian consumer finance market.