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CE Banking Outlook 2016

Winning in the Digital Arms Race

October 2016

CE Banking Outlook presents key challenges and individual factors impacting the banking industry in Central Europe. It covers banking sectors in 8 CE countries: Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Croatia, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia.

The report is a forward-looking material, showing where the banking sector is seeking growth and profitability, listing top 10 players in each market and pointing challenges they are going to face. It provides a detailed country analysis as well as comparative information and trends beyond numbers which can reshape the banking industry in CE over the next years. The 2016 edition focuses on digital development and offers a separate analysis of digital maturity of banks, conducted across the 8 countries, which measures how well banks are able to interact with clients through digital.

“Leading banks are making first steps in full digitalization of sales processes, whereas some banks are still developing basic transactional banking functionalities. This means that they may fall behind their more advanced competitors as digitalization is not only a front-end seen by customers, but it also has a significant impact both on revenue and cost side.”

Andras Fulop, Financial Services Industry Leader for Central Europe, Deloitte

Ce Banking Outlook presents key challenges and individual factors impacting the banking industry in the region with strong focus on the digital development.

  • What is the outlook for the banking sector in Central Europe?
  • What are the most important challenges for the banking sector in the years to come?
  • What is an M&A landscape like in the CE region?
  • How digitally mature is the CE banking sector? 
  • What are the main challenges on the road to digitalization?
Banking Outlook 2016 report

Grzegorz Cimochowski and Mark MacRae discuss the results of the CE Banking Outlook report.

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