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We regularly publish analyses on the development of the deposit market and provide insights on the challenges that both banks and savers are facing in the deposits business.
October 21, 2021
2021 European Deposit Spotlight: Half-year Report
Savers from the United Kingdom have been putting more and more money aside since the Covid-19 crisis began, and have now displaced their German counterparts as the biggest savers in Europe.
April 22, 2021
Negative Rates: Pressure on eurozone banks remains high
The ECB’s negative deposit rate is placing a significant burden on eurozone banks. Some banks are feeling relief thanks to the ECB’s TLTRO III program – but the alleviation is mainly reaching southern Europe.
February 22, 2021
Europeans deposited more than 500 billion euros in one year
For the first time, savers in the Eurozone have deposited more that 500 billion euros net on their bank account in a single year. Meanwhile in the UK, the annual savings volume increased by 170% from the previous year.
December 04, 2020
Deposit volume in the euro zone rose by 82 billion euros
Deposit volume in the euro zone rose by 82 billion euros in the third quarter of 2020 – a historic high. More than 80% of the additional money is accounted for by German, French and Italian banks.
November 10, 2020
Savings accounts are an anchor product for German bank customers [German]
Our representative survey shows how important savings products are for the customer-bank-relationship in Germany. When banks lose customers in search of better interest rates, they run the risk of losing the entire customer relationship.
July 23, 2020
How savers in the eurozone deposit their money
The Eurozone deposit market is growing. But while the breakdown by different deposit account types remains fairly stable within each country, it varies greatly from one country to another.