2016 China Banking Trends and Outlook

Innovation has given China’s consumers an unprecedented choice of financial products and services at their fingertips. The 2016 China Banking Trends and Outlook report looks at some of the key trends, issues and challenges for China's banking industry as we go into 2016.

Published: Jan 2016

Report Description

Alipay, WeChat, and Meituan defined an entirely new area of e-commerce called O2O. Apple and Samsung readied their mobile payment solutions as Visa and MasterCard prepared to what should be a 2016 opening up of the RMB card clearing market. President Xi Jinping’s firm determination on the crackdown of capital outflow in 2015 was only matched by his commitment to the One Belt One Road (OBOR) strategy to build and deepen its global ties. 

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2016 China Banking Trends and Outlook Report Details

  • Number of Pages: 14 (excluding cover/back pages)
  • Number of Tables & Charts: 1

Table of Contents

  • Foreword
  • Illegal outflows will drive risk management system adoption
  • Alipay and WeChat will focus on global expansion
  • Apple Pay in China
  • Competition in domestic card clearing
  • China's banks and unionpay still playing catch-up
  • China's 'One Belt, One Road' strategy in banking
  • China's banks and cloud / big data
  • China's P2P lending industry
  • China's private banks
  • Blockchain and fintech in China
  • Conclusions