Is the Future of Middle East Retail Banking Prosperous & Inspiring?

Is the Future of Middle East Retail Banking Prosperous & Inspiring?
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Published November 11th, 2010 - 09:52 GMT

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Retail Banking is ultimately regarded as the most profitable business unit of a commercial bank is now in a phase where new growth opportunities is the key to its monetary success.

There may be a hard-hitting competition in the consumer finance business but regardless the fact the liabilities, SME and wealth management business of a retail bank is still growing within the Middle East region and yes retail banks are currently eyeing new revenue streams within these areas of retail banking.

The average retail banker in the Middle East questions about the way forward in the lending business. Will there be an innovative consumer lending product in the next 18 months? Has the typical consumer lending business model been foiled in this region? Does a Middle East retail bank require following the best practices and footsteps adopted by leading Asian banks?

FlemingGulf's 6th Annual Middle East Retail Banking Forum scheduled to take place between 11th & 13th April 2011 in Dubai, UAE will address these challenges and pave a path to drive business profitability. This knowledge packed 2 day forum will see participation of renowned speakers who will discuss redefining growth opportunities in today's retail banking scenario to over 200 global heads and decision makers from leading retail banking institutions.

Some of the keynote discussions will be based on:

Current trends in the Middle East retail banking business Best business models for the retail banking business Best practices from regional and international players Significance of channel management in retail banking network Best operating models that can redefine services and innovations in your retail banking business New techniques to generate a profitable wealth management, liabilities and SME business 

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