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The report, titled “Global Trade Finance Market 2016-2020” provides information regarding the market’s competitive landscape, growth opportunities, major market drivers, restraints, and trends. The global trade finance market will expand at a CAGR of 3.77% during the forecast period from 2016 to 2020. One of the major trends in the global trade finance market is the increasing number of Renminbi-backed transactions.
The research report addresses questions related to the availability of sophisticated risk management tools, along with digitization, both of which factors will augment the prospects of the market. Significant involvement of trade and clearing house through financial market integration is one of the key drivers of the global trade finance market. The demand for accurate valuation strategies has increased due to the need for easing risk assessment. This in turn is fuelling the demand for trade finance. The focus on formulation of risk management analytics and the decline in the working capital performance in several industries will result in an increased demand for trade finance products. Turbulent economic and political atmosphere, on the other hand, will prove to be a major market challenge.
Based on geography, EMEA was the leading segment, claiming more than 39% of the overall market shares in 2015. Abundant resources in the region and the rise of several enterprises, have resulted in a larger ROI and revenue. This will urge finance managers to come up with client engagement models, where the entire process is automated in order to increase system efficiency. Furthermore, the smaller enterprises will be acquired by the larger ones, which will boost the market further. It is expected that the EMEA will continue to hold its foremost position in the global trade finance market. APAC and the Americas are other two regional segments analyzed in the report.
Factors such as the key market trends, the market size, market opportunities and challenges for key companies, the strengths and weaknesses of the market players, issues related to factoring, advancements in technology, limited legal certainty, trade finance instruments, impact of underwriting owing to changed financial reforms and uses of structured trade finance are covered in the report.
The global market for trade finance appears to be fragmented on account of the presence of numerous market players. The market is characterized by competitive vendors such as JPMorgan Chase, BNP Paribas, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial, Citigroup, HSBC, Arab Bank, Crédit Agricole, Deutsche Asset and Wealth Management, Capital, ANZ, Factor Funding, Bank of America, Merrill Lynch, Itaú Unibanco, BNY Mellon, Deutsche Bank, Commerzbank, SunTrust Bank, Goldman Sachs, Santander, Nordea, Royal Bank of Scotland, UBS AG, Wells Fargo, Standard Chartered Bank, UniCredit, Morgan Stanley, Sumitomo Mitsui Financial, Paragon Financial, and New Century Financial. Competition will intensify over the coming period, as regional players are observed to collaborate with strong cross-border companies.