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運転資金管理の世界市場 (2015〜2019年)

Global Working Capital Management Market 2015-2019

発行 TechNavio (Infiniti Research Ltd.) 商品コード 346254
出版日 ページ情報 英文 98 Pages
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運転資金管理の世界市場 (2015〜2019年) Global Working Capital Management Market 2015-2019
出版日: 2015年12月02日 ページ情報: 英文 98 Pages
概要

世界の運転資金 (流動資本) 管理市場の2015〜2019年の年平均成長率 (CAGR) は20%に達する、と推計されています。この市場の主な促進要因は在庫管理の改善で、多くの企業にとって最適な在庫水準を維持に高い関心を寄せているため、在庫の追跡・管理が可能なシステムに対する需要が高くなっています。今後は特に、オンライン売掛金金融の発達・普及が大きな市場促進要因になる、と考えられます。業種別に見ると、小売業・消費財産業が全体の28%を占めています。小売業者のメーカーへの依存度が低下するのに伴い、小売業者は有料顧客へのサービスを拡充させることで、決済条件や運転資金状態の改善を図ろうとしており、それが市場成長にもつながっています。

当レポートでは、世界の運転資金管理の市場について分析し、市場の概要や構造 (金融規制・会計基準上の取り扱いなど)、市場規模の動向 (今後5年間の予測値)、ユーザー産業別・地域別の詳細動向、市場の促進・抑制要因とその影響力、主要企業のプロファイル、今後の市場機会などを調査・推計しております。

第1章 エグゼクティブ・サマリー

  • 分析結果の概略

第2章 分析範囲

  • 分析概要
  • 大手ベンダーの主要製品

第3章 市場分析の手法

  • 分析手法
  • 経済指標

第4章 イントロダクション

  • 市場動向の概略

第5章 バーゼルIIIと運転資金

第6章 US GAAP (米国会計基準) およびIFRS (国際財務報告基準) における運転資金

第7章 運転資金の実績評価指標

第8章 銀行融資の形態

第9章 市場環境

  • 市場概要
  • 概念ベースの運転資金
  • 市場規模とその予測
  • ファイブフォース分析

第10章 産業の種類別の市場区分

  • 小売業・消費財産業向け市場
  • エネルギー・ユーティリティ・鉱業向け市場
  • 製造業向け市場
  • 土木建設業向け市場
  • 技術産業向け市場
  • 自動車産業向け市場

第11章 地域区分

  • 世界の運転資金管理市場:地域別
  • アジア市場
  • 米国・カナダ市場
  • 欧州市場
  • 南北アメリカ市場
  • 中東市場
  • オーストラリア市場
  • アフリカ市場

第12章 市場促進要因

第13章 促進要因の影響力

第14章 市場の課題

第15章 促進要因・課題の影響力

第16章 市場の動向

第17章 ベンダー環境

  • 競争シナリオ
  • その他の有力ベンダー

第18章 主要ベンダーの分析

  • Bank of America Merrill Lynch
  • BNY Mellon
  • Citigroup (Citibank)
  • HSBC Global Asset Management
  • J.P. Morgan Asset Management
  • Raiffeisen Bank
  • Standard Chartered

第19章 付録

  • 略語集

第20章 Technavioについて

図表一覧

目次
Product Code: IRTNTR8045

Market overview of the working capital management market

Technavios research analyst predicts the global working capital management market to grow steadily at a CAGR of 20% during the forecast period. The improvement in inventory management is the primary growth driver for this market. Many companies are trying to focus on achieving optimal inventory levels. They are setting up robust systems that can track and control inventory systems. This will enable the company to maintain accurate inventory counts and track the inventory performance. A faster inventory outflow leads to a faster cash generation, which increases the working capital for the company.

The current trend of online receivable financing is expected to boost the market growth during the forecast period. This trend has led to the opening of competitive auctions, which is helping companies to meet their day-to-day working capital needs through online receivable financing platform.

Industry segmentation and analysis of the working capital management market

  • Retail and consumer industry
  • Energy, utilities, and mining industry
  • Industrial manufacturing industry
  • Engineering and construction industry
  • Technology industry
  • Automotive industry

The retail and consumer industry dominated the market accounting for 28% of the overall share during 2014. The decreasing dependence of industries on retailers will give them access to customers who have a higher buying power. Retailers are expected to offer a number of demand discount and rebates during the forecast period to attract customers. This will subsequently increase the payment terms and improve the working capital performance of the industry.

Geographical segmentation and analysis of the working capital management market

  • Asia
  • US and Canada
  • Europe
  • Americas
  • Middle East
  • Australia
  • Africa

Asia accounted for 36% of the market share during 2014 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 23% during the forecast period. The cash opportunity from the working capital in this region is high when compared to other regions due to the high net working capital in Asian industries. Industries are trying to avoid errors and boost efficiency by shifting their focus to the ERP technology sophistication, which will increase productivity and the overall cash generation.

Competitive landscape and key vendors

Many businesses are focusing on the firms receipt and disbursement of cash to manage the optimum level of working capital. Therefore, businesses that have a strong working capital management are framing strategies such that they can hedge against the macroeconomic scenario and bring in huge capital to their businesses.

The leading vendors in the market are -

  • Citibank
  • Bank of America Merrill Lynch
  • BNY Mellon
  • Standard Chartered
  • HSBC Global Asset Management
  • Raiffeisen Bank
  • JP Morgan Asset Management

The other prominent vendors in the market include Deutsche Bank, UniCredit, and SEB.

Key questions answered in the report include

  • What will the market size and the growth rate be in 2019
  • What are the key factors driving the global working capital management market
  • What are the key market trends impacting the growth of the global working capital management market
  • What are the challenges to market growth
  • Who are the key vendors in this market space
  • What are the market opportunities and threats faced by the vendors in the global working capital management market
  • Trending factors influencing the market shares of the Asia, US and Canada, Europe, Americas, Middle East, Australia, and Africa
  • What are the key outcomes of the five forces analysis of the working capital management market

Technavio also offers customization on reports based on specific client requirement.

Table of Contents

PART 01: Executive summary

  • Highlights

PART 02: Scope of the report

Market overview

  • Top-vendor offerings

PART 03: Market research methodology

  • Research methodology
  • Economic indicators

PART 04: Introduction

Key market highlights

PART 05: Basel III and working capital

PART 06: Working capital in US GAAP and IFRS

PART 07: Working capital performance metrics

PART 08: Forms of bank financing

PART 09: Market landscape

Market overview

  • Concepts based working capital
  • Market size and forecast
  • Five forces analysis

PART 10: Market segmentation by industry type

  • Global working capital management market in retail and consumer industry
  • Global working capital management market in energy, utilities, and mining industry
  • Global working capital management market in industrial manufacturing industry
  • Global working capital management market in engineering and construction industry
  • Global working capital management market in technology industry
  • Global working capital management market in automotive industry

PART 11: Geographical segmentation

  • Global working capital management market by regions
  • Working capital management market in Asia
  • Working capital management market in US and Canada
  • Working capital management market in Europe
  • Working capital management market in Americas
  • Working capital management market in Middle East
  • Working capital management market in Australia
  • Working capital management market in Africa

PART 12: Market drivers

PART 13: Impact of drivers

PART 14: Market challenges

PART 15: Impact of drivers and challenges

PART 16: Market trends

PART 17: Vendor landscape

  • Competitive landscape
  • Other prominent vendors

PART 18: Key vendor analysis

  • Bank of America Merrill Lynch
  • BNY Mellon
  • Citigroup (Citibank)
  • HSBC Global Asset Management
  • J.P. Morgan Asset Management
  • Raiffeisen Bank
  • Standard Chartered

PART 19: Appendix

  • List of abbreviation

PART 20: Explore Technavio

List of Exhibits

  • Exhibit 01: Product offerings
  • Exhibit 02: Determinants of working capital
  • Exhibit 03: Nature of business
  • Exhibit 04: Best practices in technology and manufacturing policy
  • Exhibit 05: Best credit practices
  • Exhibit 06: Costs associated with credit policy
  • Exhibit 07: Operating cycle in working capital management
  • Exhibit 08: Working capital cycle
  • Exhibit 09: Approaches to fix the current distorted liquidity picture
  • Exhibit 10: Equilibrium between working capital and working capital requirements
  • Exhibit 11: Equilibrium between working capital requirements and working capital
  • Exhibit 12: Classification of cash flows under IFRS vs US GAAP
  • Exhibit 13: Global NWC days trend
  • Exhibit 14: NWC days trend of large corporates
  • Exhibit 15: NWC days trend of MSMEs
  • Exhibit 16: Global DSO 2015-2019 (days)
  • Exhibit 17: Global DPO 2015-2019 (days)
  • Exhibit 18: Solutions to increase DPO and optimize opportunities
  • Exhibit 19: Global CCE 2015-2019 (days)
  • Exhibit 20: Global investment rate 2015-2019
  • Exhibit 21: Global ROCE 2015-2019
  • Exhibit 22: Forms of working capital financing
  • Exhibit 23: Classification of working capital
  • Exhibit 24: Global working capital management market 2015-2019 ($ trillions)
  • Exhibit 25: Five forces analysis
  • Exhibit 26: Global working capital management market in retail and consumer industry 2015-2019 ($ trillions)
  • Exhibit 27: Global working capital management market in energy, utilities, and mining industry 2015-2019 ($ trillions)
  • Exhibit 28: Global working capital management market in industrial manufacturing industry 2015-2019 ($ trillions)
  • Exhibit 29: Global working capital management market in engineering and construction industry 2015-2019 ($ trillions)
  • Exhibit 30: Global working capital management market in technology industry 2015-2019 ($ trillions)
  • Exhibit 31: Global working capital management market in automotive industry 2015-2019 ($ trillions)
  • Exhibit 32: Global working capital management market by region 2014
  • Exhibit 33: Global positive and negative performers 2014
  • Exhibit 34: Working capital management market in Asia 2015-2019 ($ trillions)
  • Exhibit 35: Working capital management market in US and Canada 2015-2019 ($ trillions)
  • Exhibit 36: Working capital management market in Europe 2015-2019 ($ trillions)
  • Exhibit 37: Working capital management market in Americas 2015-2019 ($ trillions)
  • Exhibit 38: Working capital management market in Middle East 2015-2019 ($ trillions)
  • Exhibit 39: Working capital management market in Australia 2015-2019 ($ trillions)
  • Exhibit 40: Working capital management market in Africa 2015-2019 ($ trillions)
  • Exhibit 41: Improved inventory management
  • Exhibit 42: Product design and customer acquisition through cash building
  • Exhibit 43: Impact of drivers
  • Exhibit 44: Impact of drivers and challenges
  • Exhibit 45: Sustainable working capital
  • Exhibit 46: BNY Mellon: Business segmentation by revenue 2014
  • Exhibit 47: BNY Mellon: Business segmentation by revenue 2013 and 2014 ($ billions)
  • Exhibit 48: BNY Mellon: Geographical segmentation by revenue 2014
  • Exhibit 49: JPMorgan Chase: Business segmentation
  • Exhibit 50: JPMorgan Chase: Business segmentation 2014 by Revenue
  • Exhibit 51: JP Morgan Chase: Business segmentation by revenue 2013 and 2014 ($ billions)
  • Exhibit 52: Raiffeisen Bank: Business segmentation
  • Exhibit 53: Raiffeisen Bank: Business segmentation 2014 by revenue
  • Exhibit 54: Raiffeisen Bank: Business segmentation by revenue 2013 and 2014 ($ billions)
  • Exhibit 55: Standard Chartered: Business segmentation 2014 by net interest income
  • Exhibit 56: Standard Chartered: Geographical segmentation by net interest income 2014
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