Asia–Pacific is the banking industry’s biggest growth engine. The region, when excluding its most mature markets, Japan and Australia, is expected to account for about 39 percent of global banking revenue growth between 2012 and 2020. However, this growth may be accompanied by decreasing profitability, due to increasingly intense competition and because of many banks’ operating models reaching their limits in efficient scalability and flexibility in the face of change. Click here
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