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Inteliace Research offers consulting, analytical and research services, including publications covering CEE banking and financial markets.
Inteliace Research offers consulting, analytical and research services, including publications covering CEE banking and financial markets.

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Building on favorable economic developments, positive customer sentiment and the cost of money at record low, new mortgage lending in Poland is expected to accelerate in 2015 -2017
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Cash is still king in Poland, but cards are on the rise
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Two mid-size banks are on sale in Poland nowadays. More are to come once valuations are higher...
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Most major banks in Poland gain market share. This means  growing concentration.
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The quality of bank loans in Poland is improving. Residential mortgage is an exception.
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“The robust condition of Turkey’s banks is contrasting with the troubled banking sectors in Western Europe” says Marcin Mazurek, director of Inteliace Research, during a presentation of Inteliace’s latest report, Banking Market in Turkey, 2014-2016. Despite global headwinds and decelerating economic growth rates, banking assets in Turkey are expected to top TRY 2.6 trillion by 2016.
 
Turkey’s economy grew at a 3.3 percent annual rate in the first half of 2014 despite increasing global economic headwinds.  Reflecting the robust economy, key banking volumes jumped higher, however, growing at decelerating rates. Total assets increased to a record TRY 1.65 trillion (EUR 631 billion) as of June 2014. Lending remained relatively strong (+5% growth in value of outstanding loans during Jan.-Jun.2014), despite growing interest rates. The weakest segments were car and credit card lending hit by regulatory actions and by growing unemployment.  Total deposits increased only by a fraction during H1 2014, driven up mostly by retail volumes.
In terms of profits, banks were able to post solid results in H1 2014. Despite gradually falling (since 2012) interest margins and stagnating fee & commission income, banks managed to produce higher profits thanks to growing underlying volumes. A closer look at P&L statements of the banking sector in H1 2014 points  to a good control of operating costs and a falling impact of bad-loan provisions (on a relative basis vs. total assets). The NPL* ratios for commercial loans and housing loans keep falling, however, credit card debt and other consumer lending showed first signs of deterioration, which could be attributed to higher interest rates and growing unemployment.
About The Report
“Banking Market in Turkey 2014–2016” is a comprehensive publication on the banking sector in Turkey. It describes the present market structure and recent trends in the market and also provides short-term estimates of key banking volumes through 2016. When preparing this report, Inteliace Research responded to the feedback received from its clients and incorporated several improvements that make this report even more reader-friendly and informative. Sample pages from the report can be found directly at Inteliace Research’s webpage: http://www.inteliace.com/en/00131_banking_market_in_Turkey_2014.html
About Inteliace Research                                                                       
Inteliace Research is an independent consulting company that focuses on the financial markets in Central and Eastern Europe. Inteliace Research specializes in management consulting and custom research services, including market-entry strategies, product launches, and performance and benchmarking analyses.

During 2005–2014, Inteliace Research provided its products and services to more than 60 clients, including major CEE banks and several “The Banker” top world banks. To learn more about the company, visit Inteliace Research’s webpage: www.inteliace.com.
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Turkey: Banking sector resilient to headwinds.  Assets to top TRY 2.6 trillion by 2016, says Inteliace Research in its Latest Report
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Productivity of banks in Poland is growing quickly
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In contrast to some troubled CEE banking markets as Bulgaria or Slovenia, Poland's banking sector demonstrated strong performance in the first half of 2014  http://www.inteliace.com/en/00129_TRENDS_IN_BANKING_SECTOR_IN_POLAND_AUGUST_2014.html
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CEE15 banking markets continue to be dominated by foreign investors with: UniCredit, Erste, Raiffeisen and KBC controlling a combined 28% of total banking assets in the region. The fifth major banking group in CEE15 is Poland's PKO Bank Polski group with a regional market share of 5.3%.
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