Financial Services: Adapting to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak

Financial Services: Adapting to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak

  • March 2020 •
  • 17 pages •
  • Report ID: 5879469 •
  • Format: PDF
Financial Services: Adapting to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak

Summary
In the short term, the impact of COVID-19 on consumer financial services will be analogous to the global financial crisis of 2008-09, creating a period of economic paralysis and leaving a massive hole in banks’ balance sheets.

This report provides an early assessment of the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the retail banking, payments, wealth management, and the insurance sectors.

Scope
- Banks are preparing for mass channel changes as customers are expected to shun branches
- Coronavirus offers unique opportunities for digital teams to ramp up, refine, and prove digital across a much wider range of wealth brackets, age groups, geographies, and use cases.
- Increased digital activity brought about by COVID-19 could spur greater adoption of fintech and personal financial management tools.
- Consumers will shift from in-store payments to online payments in order to avoid exposing themselves to the virus.
- Coronavirus highlights the intricacies of insurance policy wording and the gap in cyber insurance coverage.

Reasons to Buy
- This report identifies which retail banking markets will be hit hardest by the outbreak of COVID-19.
- Details how banks are reacting to the outbreak across different markets.
- Identifies which payment companies have the most exposure to POS terminals vs e-commerce.
- Explores how consumer payment methods will change and the impact upon the industry.
- Identifies which markets and investor types are most exposed to equities and funds.
- Discusses strategic options for wealth managers, drawing lessons from the previous global financial crisis.
- Highlights the impact of COVID-19 on insurance providers.
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