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The financial services market comprises all establishments engaged in financial services related activities such as lending, investment management, insurance, brokerages, payments and transferring service. The financial services industry is categorized on the basis of the business model of the firms present in the industry. Majority of firms...

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  • Banking And Financial Services Market Characteristics
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The banking and financial servcies industry can be understood as a combination of financial institutions and financial services. Monetary authorities, security exchanges, commercial banks and industrial banks fall into the financial institutions category. Economic services provided by the finance industry such as investment activities, credit...

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  • MOBILE AND FINANCIAL SERVICES ARE INCREASINGLY CONVERGING, WITH THE LAUNCH OF BOTH BANK MVNOS AND MNO BANKS.
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Mobile Remittances to Africa: Mobile and Financial Services Converge Summary The number of mobile money users in Africa is still seeing significant growth, however, that is not all. Mobile money services are also evolving, with the next natural step arguably being mobile remittances. The sizeable traditional remittance...

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Asset management;Financial Services;Banking;Financial Services;Financial markets and instruments;Financial Services;Financial Services;Financial Services;Insurance NCAIS: 52 SIC: 60

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Elections: The October 2015 parliamentary election resulted in a government composed of two members each from the Swiss People's Party (SVP), the Social Democratic Party (SP) and the Free Democratic Party (FDP), and one from the Christian Democratic Party (CVP). The right-wing SVP remained the largest party in parliament,...

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Elections: The most recent elections were held in April 2014 (parliamentary) and March 2017 (presidential). The next elections are due in April 2018 (parliamentary) and March 2022 (presidential). In the April 2014 parliamentary election the right-wing Fidesz-Hungarian Civic Union (Fidesz) government was re-elected, under...

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Elections: Municipal and legislative elections were held in November 2014. Sunni Islamist movements suffered a resounding defeat, while the mainly Shia opposition boycotted the polls. In the end, 36 of the 40 members of parliament (MPs) elected to the National Assembly for the next four years ran as independent candidates....

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  • Bahrain
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Elections: Donald Trump, a colourful real-estate developer and TV reality show personality, secured a narrow election victory for the Republican Party in the presidential election in November 2016, and took office in January 2017. The congressional elections held in November 2016 resulted in the Republican Party retaining...

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  • United States
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Elections: The Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) secured resounding victories in the elections to the House of Representatives (the lower house of parliament) in October 2017 and the House of Councillors (the upper house) in July 2016. Shinzo Abe is the prime minister, leading a coalition of the LDP and the much smaller Komeito...

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Elections: National leaders are not elected but emerge from the political-bureaucratic structure of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). A new party leadership was unveiled at the 19th national congress of the CCP in October 2017, where the general secretary, Xi Jinping, reinforced his authority over the top party leadership....

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Elections: The latest election for the Lok Sabha (the lower house of parliament) was held in April-May 2014. The National Democratic Alliance won a com-fortable majority, garnering 336 out of the 543 seats. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which dominates the ruling coalition, won an outright majority with 282 seats. The...

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Elections: The latest rounds of voting were in March 2016 (Mazhilis, the lower house of parliament), April 2015 (presidential) and August 2014 (half of the Senate, the upper house). The next elections are scheduled for 2019 (presidential) and 2020 (Mazhilis). Government: On December 16th 1991 the...

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Elections: A snap election in October 2014 brought to power the centre-right Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (CEDB). In November 2016 the government resigned after its candidate failed to win the presidential contest. A snap election in March 2017 proved inconclusive: the CEDB came first for the fourth successive...

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Elections: An election for the National Assembly (the legislature) took place in May 2016; the next is due in 2021. Government: The Socialist Republic of Vietnam operates under one-party rule. The Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV), and in particular its politburo, controls both the electoral process...

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Elections: The religiously conservative Justice and Development Party (AKP) won the general election on November 1st 2015, restoring its parliamentary majority. The former prime minister, Ahmet Davutoglu, established his third consecutive cabinet and government on November 24th 2015 but was replaced by Binali Yildirim at...

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Elections: The most recent presidential election took place in March 2018 and resulted in the landslide re-election of Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. The next presidential vote is scheduled for 2022. Elections for the House of Representatives took place over two rounds in late 2015. The next parliamentary vote will take place in...

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  • Egypt
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Elections: Spain's general election in December 2015 shattered the traditional dominance of the ruling conservative Popular Party (PP) and its main, centre-left rival, the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE). A second general election, in June 2016, produced a similarly inconclusive result, with these two parties still...

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Elections: An election for the House of Representatives (the lower house of parliament) took place in February 2014, following large-scale political protests and the declaration of a state of emergency in January. The Puea Thai party retained power, but supporters of the opposition Democrat Party (DP) boycotted the poll...

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  • Thailand
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According to of icial estimates, the Saudi financial services sector, including insurance and business services, accounted for ##. ##% of GDP in 2017.

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Elections: Enrique Peña Nieto of the Partido Revolucionario Institucional (PRI) was inaugurated as president of Mexico for a six-year term in December 2012, marking the return to power of the PRI after 12 years of rule by the centre-right Partido Acción Nacional (PAN). Following mid-term elections...

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  • Mexico
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Elections: Carrie Lam, a former chief secretary for administration, took office as the new chief executive, succeeding Leung Chun-ying, on July 1st 2017. The most recent Legislative Council (Legco, Hong Kong's parliament) poll took place in September 2016 to elect its 70 members. The next election for Legco will occur in...

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  • China
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Elections: Sebastián Piñera of the centre-right Chile Vamos coalition won a run-off in Chile's presidential election in December 2017 and will take office on March 11th 2018 for a four-year term, having previously served in the post in 2010-14. Congress emerged divided following legislative elections...

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  • Chile
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Elections: Jacob Zuma of the African National Congress (ANC) was elected president by the National Assembly in April 2009 and re-elected in May 2014. Mr Zuma is currently serving a second (and final) five-year term as president. The ANC secured 62.2% of the vote in the May 2014 parliamentary election, down from 65.9% in...

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  • South Africa
  • Demand
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Elections: The president is elected for a six-year term and appoints a Council of Ministers. Hugo Chávez Frías died in March 2013, shortly after winning a fourth consecutive term. New elections were called for April 14th that year, with Nicolás Maduro narrowly victorious, therefore assuring continuity for the Partido...

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  • Venezuela
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Elections: The president of Azerbaijan, Ilham Aliyev, has been in power since October 2003, when he gained a sweeping majority in a flawed election. Mr Aliyev replaced his father, Heydar Aliyev, who came to power in 1993 and resigned a decade later owing to ill health. The constitution was amended by referendum in March...

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Growth in financial services is likely to be modest in 2017-##.

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In nominal terms, we expect the peso to end 2018 at Ps##. ##:US$## and 2022 at Ps##. ##:US$##.

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Elections: The most recent general election was held on March 17th 2015, with Likud unexpectedly increasing its parliamentary strength to 30 seats, thereby ensuring that Binyamin Netanyahu would remain prime minister for a third successive term and a fourth in total. The current coalition commands only 66 out of 120 Knesset...

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  • Israel
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Elections: The most recent election for the National Assembly (the lower house of parliament) was held in May 2013, when the Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz), or PML (N), secured the largest number of seats. The current parliamentary term ends in June 2018. The last presidential election took place in July 2013 and the victor,...

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  • Pakistan