According to Deloitte's latest report "Banking across borders: International expansion opportunities for emerging markets-based banks", these banks which have the experience of operating in volatile markets, combined with their knowledge of how to reach unbanked and under banked population, are better positioned to achieve a successful expansion to developed and other emerging markets.
"The banking systems in the
"This relative domestic expansion and growing means allow these banks to invest in growth opportunities. Moreover, many of the large banks are considering to leverage their strengths and relative efficiency in their operating model by looking to opportunities of expansion into new markets."
The Deloitte report also outlines steps that these banks will need to take in order to expand internationally.
This includes factoring in readiness for expansion, lessons learned from expansion from previous decades and potential challenges such as language, culture, talent, regulation and capital needed to extend their brands into new markets.
According to the report, over the last several decades, emerging markets-based banks have followed different paths in expanding their reach around the world.
Many banks have looked to the
In fact, the
"Even though Emerging markets-based banks still have domestic expansion opportunities and growing market needs for innovative banking products and services, they are also looking for expansion beyond national borders as their customers expand into new markets and their citizens immigrate to new countries," added Mr
Today, emerging markets and developed markets each account for half of the world's GDP.
However, in the future, the report projects emerging markets to account for more of the global GDP with developed markets accounting for less.
Additionally, according to the Fortune Global 500 list the number of North American and European financial services firms on their list has declined, while the number of those based in
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