Research and Markets: Country Viewport: Digital Money in Switzerland 2014

DUBLIN--()--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/b3zr2v/country_viewport) has announced the addition of Shift Thought Ltd's new report "Country Viewport: Digital Money in Switzerland 2014" to their offering.

The country is currently undergoing what the author believes to be the greatest transformation in financial services in 80 years, as Switzerland seeks to transform itself with respect to the changes across the world.

In Europe we've had digital money services since the 1990s. Yet the recent pressures on Swiss bank secrecy coupled with the advent of a series of new services across the world, creates an imperative for innovation in the country. Some of the largest banks have encountered issues regarding tax evasion claims from the US and India. In this country, found to be the most expensive in the world, locals have voted to have the super-rich foreigners to pay more Swiss tax. Against this backdrop, this report investigates how the country could seek to redefine its business model, and what impact this could have for providers around the world who wish to support these efforts.

Key Topics Covered:

The Executive Summary together with Fast Facts is a handy digest that offers the reader a short overview of developments in the market. It discusses the Key trends including Branchless Banking, Government Payments and new business models.

Chapter 1, The Context introduces the reader to the concept of Digital Money and explores how this exciting new area is developing all around the world.

Chapter 2, Digital Money in the Country provides an introductory overview of how services are developing - What is driving Digital Money, the kinds of business models and the state of adoption and maturity of the market.

Chapter 3, Market Segments goes into the detail of the needs of various market segments. It describes the demographics and the access to Financial Services.

Chapter 4, The Services Explored discusses the whole package of services expected by the market. Although a provider may choose to specialise in certain areas, they may need to partner with others to ensure the consumers enjoy a seamless experience with all the features and functionality they expect.

Chapter 5, Regulatory Environment provides an overview of the regulations that shape the growth of the industry and provides a description of the regulations and the rules that govern the provision of services.

Chapter 6, Ecosystem Analysis discusses the evolving models in the country. It provides an understanding of the Payments System in the country and introduces the various categories of players and the Partnerships that are forming around the delivery of Digital Money Services.

Chapter 7, Player Profiles provides a detailed profile of each of the players in the country. It is organised by class of trade. There are links from the Player Profile to each of the Digital Money Initiatives in which the player participates.

Chapter 8, Digital Money Initiatives (DMI) provides a detailed profile of each of the services launched in the market. We provide the framework to show the digital money flows in the end-to-end process between Sender and Receiver, and describe the services offered. There are links from the DMI Profile to each of the players involved in the initiative.

The Appendix provides a description of the Methodology we use and has a useful Glossary of terms and concepts.

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Source: Shift Thought Ltd

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Research and Markets
Laura Wood, Senior Manager
press@researchandmarkets.com
For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470
For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630
For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907
Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716
Sector: Banking and Financial Services