United Arab Emirates Embedded Finance Markets Databook 2022: 50+ KPIs on Embedded Lending, Insurance, Payment, and Wealth Segments, 2020-2029 – Yahoo Finance
DUBLIN, Oct. 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The “United Arab Emirates Embedded Finance Business and Investment Opportunities Databook – 50+ KPIs on Embedded Lending, Insurance, Payment, and Wealth Segments – Q1 2022 Update” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
According to the Q4 2021 Embedded Finance Survey, Embedded Finance industry in the country is expected to grow by 43.8% on annual basis to reach US$2,148.4 million in 2022.
The embedded finance industry is expected to grow steadily over the forecast period, recording a CAGR of 25.3% during 2022-2029. The embedded finance revenues in the country will increase from US$2,148.4 million in 2022 to reach US$7,257.7 million by 2029.
This report provides a detailed data centric analysis of market opportunity across 50+ segments in embedded finance industry covering lending, insurance, payment, and wealth sectors.
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In-depth Understanding of Embedded Finance Market Dynamics: Understand market opportunities and key trends along with forecast (2019-2028).
Insights into Opportunity by end-use sectors – Get market dynamics by end-use sectors to assess emerging opportunity across various end-use sectors.
Develop Market Specific Strategies: Identify growth segments and target specific opportunities to formulate embedded finance strategy; assess market specific key trends, drivers, and risks in the industry.
Get Sector Insights: Drawing from proprietary survey results, this report identifies opportunities across embedded lending, embedded insurance, embedded finance, and embedded wealth sectors.
United Arab Emirates Embedded Finance Market Size and Forecast
United Arab Emirates Embedded Lending Market Size and Forecast
Embedded Lending by Consumer Segments, 2020 – 2029
Embedded Lending by B2B Sectors, 2020 – 2029
Embedded Lending in Retail & Consumer Goods
Embedded Lending in IT & Software Services
Embedded Lending in Media, Entertainment & Leisure
Embedded Lending in Manufacturing & Distribution
Embedded Lending in Real Estate
Embedded Lending in Other
Embedded Lending by B2C Sectors, 2020 – 2029
Embedded Lending in Retail Shopping
Embedded Lending in Home Improvement
Embedded Lending in Leisure & Entertainment
Embedded Lending in Healthcare and Wellness
Embedded Lending in Other
United Arab Emirates Embedded Insurance Market Size and Forecast
Embedded Insurance by Industry, 2020 – 2029
Embedded Insurance in Consumer Products
Embedded Insurance in Travel & Hospitality
Embedded Insurance in Automotive
Embedded Insurance in Healthcare
Embedded Insurance in Real Estate
Embedded Insurance in Transport & Logistics
Embedded Insurance in Others
Embedded Insurance by Insurance Type, 2020 – 2029
Embedded Insurance in Life Segment
Embedded Insurance in Non-Life Segment
Embedded Insurance by Type of Offering, 2020 – 2029
Embedded Insurance in Product Segment
Embedded Insurance in Service Segment
United Arab Emirates Embedded Payment Market Size and Forecast
Embedded Payment by Consumer Segments, 2020 – 2029
Embedded Payment by End-Use Sector, 2020 – 2029
Embedded Payment in Retail & Consumer Goods
Embedded Payment in Digital Products & Services
Embedded Payment in Utility Bill Payment
Embedded Payment in Travel & Hospitality
Embedded Payment in Leisure & Entertainment
Embedded Payment in Health & Wellness
Embedded Payment in Office Supplies & Equipment
Embedded Payment in Other
United Arab Emirates Embedded Wealth Management Market Size and Forecast
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