Global Trade Finance Market 2016-2020




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About Trade Financing

Trade financing is when finance is made available by banks to various trading companies to perform cross-border transactions. It also acts as an engine that drives the growth of a country's GDP. When a country produces goods or services, it exports some of those goods and services to other countries. However, there is a time lag between the production and delivery time required for the consignment to reach the importing country. So, there is a certain degree of uncertainty about whether the parties will honor their part of the transaction. Hence, the importing country appoints a bank to issue a financial instrument that promises to make the payment to the exporting country upon the successful delivery of the consignment to the importing country.

Technavios analysts forecast the global trade finance market to grow at a CAGR of 3.77% during the period 2016-2020.

Covered in this report
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global trade finance market for 2016-2020. To calculate the market size, the report considers the revenue generated by banks from the structured trade finance, supply chain finance, and traditional trade finance market in the Americas, Asia Pacific (APAC), and Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA).

The market is divided into the following segments based on geography:

Technavio's report, Global Trade Finance Market 2016-2020, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the market landscape and its growth prospects over the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market.

Key vendors
BNP Paribas
JPMorgan Chase
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial

Other prominent vendors
Arab Bank
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
BNP Paribas
BNY Mellon
Credit Agricole
Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management
Deutsche Bank
Factor Funding
Goldman Sachs
Ita Unibanco
Morgan Stanley
New Century Financial
Paragon Financial
Royal Bank of Scotland
Royal Bank of Scotland
Standard Chartered Bank
Sumitomo Mitsui Financial
SunTrust Bank
Wells Fargo

Market driver
High involvement of clearing house and trade through financial market integration
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Market challenge
Volatile political and economic environment
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Market trend
Enhanced strategic formulation and adoption of structuring and pricing tools
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Key questions answered in this report
What will the market size be in 2020 and what will the growth rate be?
What are the key market trends?
What is driving this market?
What are the challenges to market growth?
Who are the key vendors in this market space?
What are the market opportunities and threats faced by the key vendors?
What are the strengths and weaknesses of the key vendors?

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PART 01: Executive summary
PART 02: Scope of the report
Market overview
Top-vendor offerings
PART 03: Market research methodology
Research methodology
Economic indicators
PART 04: Introduction
Key market highlights
Trade finance outlook
Elements of trade finance
PART 05: Market landscape
Market overview
Market size and forecast
Five forces analysis
PART 06: Geographical segmentation
Geographical segmentation
PART 07: Market drivers
Increased adoption of factoring
High involvement of clearing house and trade through financial market integration
Dynamic market structure
Digitalization and sophisticated risk management tools
PART 08: Impact of drivers
PART 09: Market challenges
Issues related to factoring
Insufficient risk valuation capabilities, limited legal certainty, and operational inefficiencies
Volatile political and economic environment
Impact on underwriting due to change in financial reforms
PART 10: Impact of drivers and challenges
PART 11: Market trends
Factoring industrys awareness of supply chain finance
Enhanced strategic formulation and adoption of structuring and pricing tools
Rise of Renminbi-backed transactions
Advancements in technology
PART 12: Vendor landscape
Competitive landscape
Other prominent vendors
PART 13: Key vendor analysis
BNP Paribas
JPMorgan Chase
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial (MUFG)
PART 14: Appendix
List of abbreviations
PART 15: Explore Technavio
List of Exhibits
Exhibit 01: Trade finance instruments
Exhibit 02: Countries covered for market analysis
Exhibit 03: Product offerings
Exhibit 04: Trade finance elements
Exhibit 05: Trade finance instruments
Exhibit 06: Market segmentation by trade finance instrument 2015-2020
Exhibit 07: Uses of structured trade finance
Exhibit 08: Factoring business process
Exhibit 09: Benefits of factoring
Exhibit 10: Need for factoring
Exhibit 11: Global net working capital 2015-2020 (days)
Exhibit 12: Net working capital days 2015-2020 (days)
Exhibit 13: Global trade finance market 2015-2020 ($ billions)
Exhibit 14: List of products imported globally 2013-2015 (millions)
Exhibit 15: Total imports region-wise 2013-2015 (millions)
Exhibit 16: List of products exported globally 2011-2015 (millions)
Exhibit 17: Total exports region-wise 2013-2015 (millions)
Exhibit 18: Agricultural commodities traded 2015
Exhibit 19: Level of mechanization in different countries 2015
Exhibit 20: Revenue from structured trade finance 2015-2020 ($ billions)
Exhibit 21: Revenue from supply chain finance 2015-2020 ($ billions)
Exhibit 22: Revenue from traditional trade finance 2015-2020 ($ billions)
Exhibit 23: Global export trade product mix 2015
Exhibit 24: Global import trade product mix 2015
Exhibit 25: OTC foreign exchange derivatives turnover 2015
Exhibit 26: Five forces analysis
Exhibit 27: Geographical segmentation 2015
Exhibit 28: Trade finance market in EMEA 2015-2020 ($ billions)
Exhibit 29: Solutions to increase DPO and optimize the opportunities
Exhibit 30: Trade finance market in Americas 2015-2020 ($ billions)
Exhibit 31: Trade finance market in APAC 2015-2020 ($ billions)
Exhibit 32: Significant factors in algorithmic trading
Exhibit 33: Growth drivers in factoring
Exhibit 34: Advantages of factoring business supporting large corporates and MSMEs
Exhibit 35: Product design and customer acquisition through cash building
Exhibit 36: Impact of drivers
Exhibit 37: Factoring challenges
Exhibit 38: Barriers in factoring business
Exhibit 39: Heavy impact of regulatory changes
Exhibit 40: Impact of drivers and challenges
Exhibit 41: Global preamble expectations from the FX market participants to have better control systems
Exhibit 42: Key takeaways from Renminbi-backed transactions
Exhibit 43: Application of financial trade derivatives
Exhibit 44: Traded derivatives and commodities ($ thousands)
Exhibit 45: Other prominent vendors
Exhibit 46: Product offerings
Exhibit 47: BNP Paribas: Strategy, Strength and Opportunity
Exhibit 48: Product offerings5
Exhibit 49: Citigroup: Key takeaways
Exhibit 50: Product offerings
Exhibit 51: HSBC: Key takeaways
Exhibit 52: Commercial banking product offerings
Exhibit 53: JPMorgan Chase: Key takeaways
Exhibit 54: Product offerings
Exhibit 55: Mitsubishi UFJ Financial: Key takeaway