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A study expects lower profitability ahead for Thailand banking sector amid economic headwinds 01 March 2020

A new study by management consultancy Roland Berger confirms that banks in Thailand are facing deteriorating market structure, which sees intensifying competition, commoditization of services, shrinking of some fee revenues, and potentially increasing Non-Performing Loans (NPL). In the next 5 years, Roland Berger predicts a lot of headwind in Thailand banking market, which will put profitability metrics under duress.

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