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A.T. Kearney Consolidation of the US Banking Industry

More and more banked consumers are migrating from small to large banks, flagging the accelerated consolidation of the retail banking industry in the years to come.

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A.T. Kearney Consolidation of the US Banking Industry

  1. 1. Learn more Consolidation of the US Banking Industry The Role of Innovation and Scale
  2. 2. Consolidation of the US Banking Industry Retail banking is undergoing a strategic transformation, with innovation and scale creating a competitive advantage. Learn more
  3. 3. Other Direct banks Credit unions Midsize or local banks Regional banks Super regional banks National banks Consolidation of the US Banking Industry In 2017, national banks were the winners in primary bank switching, at the expense of smaller banks and credit unions Market share of each primary bank type +0.6% –3.2% -2.3% -4.7% -2.1% +0.4% +11.2% Learn more Notes: National banks are the top three banks by deposits; super-regional banks are the top four to top 10 banks by deposits; regional banks are the banks with deposits of more than $50 billion that are not in the top 10; midsize or local banks are those with less than $50 billion in deposits; and direct banks are those with no or limited physical presence. Numbers may not resolve due to rounding. Source: A.T. Kearney Q4 2017 Banking and Payments Study, A.T. Kearney estimates 9% % contribution of bank switchers (share of prior bank) 27% 10% 30% % capture of bank switchers (share of new bank) 10% 10% 28% 41% 8% 11% 1%5% 6% 5%
  4. 4. If the current switching dynamics are sustained, the US will experience a ~30% industry consolidation over the next 10 years Notes: National banks are the top three banks by deposits; super-regional banks are the top four to top 10 banks by deposits; regional banks are the banks with deposits of more than $50 billion that are not in the top 10; midsize or local banks are those with less than $50 billion in deposits; and direct banks are those with no or limited physical presence. Source: A.T. Kearney Q4 2017 Banking and Payments Study, A.T. Kearney estimates Estimated number of US financial institutions (in thousands) Illustrative Consolidation of the US Banking Industry Learn more 2017 11.5 2027e 8.3 Assumptions: • 10% annual primary bank switching rate • Stable net switchers gains and losses by bank type (adjusted as required for “extinction” of bank types) • Average number of customers per bank type remains the same over time, assuming no benefits of scale –28%
  5. 5. Consolidation of the US Banking Industry Large banks owe their success to low costs, high productivity, and—most importantly—their ability to invest in and launch digital capabilities. Learn more
  6. 6. Consolidation of the US Banking Industry Mobile and digital capabilities are now a prerequisite when consumers are choosing a bank, especially for Millennials. Learn more
  7. 7. Consolidation of the US Banking Industry To fund innovation and compete, scale, cost management, and efficiency programs will become more important, highlighting a clear advantage for large banks. Learn more
  8. 8. Consolidation of the US Banking Industry With more limited strategic investment funds, small banks can gain ground by partnering with digital solutions providers and by investing in marketing. Learn more
  9. 9. Consolidation of the US Banking Industry A.T. Kearney is a leading global management consulting firm with offices in 40 countries. Since 1926, we have been trusted advisors to the world’s foremost organizations. A.T. Kearney is a partner-owned firm, committed to helping clients achieve immediate impact and growing advantage on their most mission-critical issues. For more information, visit www.atkearney.com. A.T. Kearney can help prepare your company for the US banking industry’s consolidation. Learn more Request a briefing

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