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further dissuades new players from entering the business sector. A further passage obstruction is the administrative structure in Canada, which does not permit any non-Canadian individual or substance to obtain more than 25% of a Canadian bank, unless endorsed by the legislature. Remote banks can work in Canada however they should be independently joined and promoted. This is an imperative section hindrance, as new contestants can't without much of a stretch access dissemination channels through acquisitions. In expansion, OSFI's (The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions) strict rules for against government evasion and know your client forms require that the banks build up advanced and costly exchange checking frameworks. Item separation is not a danger to the business as the substantial Canadian banks are genuinely multiproduct, multi-administration powerhouses, which throughout the years have sought after to separate their item and administration offering from their rivals through enhanced client administration, packaged item offerings and other separating qualities. This leaves little
BANKING INDUSTRY ANALYSIS space for new participants set up a dependable balance through item separation. (PricewaterhouseCoopers, 2016) Integrated SWOT Analysis – For each major company in the industry outline the strengths and weaknesses of the company, and the opportunities and threats. Conclusion: What is your overall assessment of this industry and the individual companies operating within this industry? If a new entrant was to come into this industry, what entry strategy (product type & target market) would you recommend it employ and why? REFERENCES: Alliance, T. F. S. (2016). Soundest in the world . Retrieved August 14, 2016, from Association, C. B. (2016a, July 26). Fast facts about the Canadian banking system . Retrieved August 14, 2016, from - issues/467-fast-facts-the-canadian-banking-system Association, C. B. (2016b, May 11). Global banking regulations and banks in Canada . Retrieved August 14, 2016, from - issues/667-global-banking-regulations-and-banks-in-canada Marous, J. (2014, December 19). Retail banking strategies: Top 10 trends for 2015 . Retrieved August 14, 2016, from Crowdsourcing Series, - banking-trends-predictions-forecast-digital-disruption/
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