India is perched to become the world’s 4th largest economy in the span of two decades. Economic opulence is providing many in this densely inhabited nation with real purchasing power; it is simply an opportunity that cannot be ignored by global banks. Despite its appeal, India remains a developing economy. Thus, global banks seeking a presence or expansion in India must craft a business strategy that considers the country’s attendant challenges: long-established competitors, rudimentary infrastructure, dynamic political environment, restrictive regulations and developing country operational risks.
This report gives an insight into the Indian banking sector with respect to banking structure, five forces analysis, forces driving the sector, critical success factors, cost dynamics, sector performance, shareholding patterns & recent trends & outlook etc.