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In the June 2017 quarter, financial service providers in Bangladesh have reported growth in borrowers, with GUK recording the highest growth rate of 26.1%. In terms of number of borrowers added, ASA led the industry for the quarter. Read the full report: June 2017 Quarterly Factsheet for Bangladesh.

63 Bangladeshi financial service providers - covering 63% of the market by loan portfolio and 65% by borrower level - have responded to our Barometer Forecast survey providing projections for the quarter ending June 2017. FSPs report competition as the primary concern for risk this coming quarter and see PAR levels increasing but ultimately reduce over the next twelve months.

Over the years Bangladesh has seen good development in financial inclusion which addresses both access and usage of financial products.

This report is based on 28 financial service providers (FSPs) that responded to our Barometer Survey with projections for the quarter ending June 2017. These FSPs represent 97% of the market by gross loan portfolio and 96% of the market by borrowers as of fiscal year 2014. The FSPs are projecting the growth rate in the loan portfolio to be higher than the growth rate in borrowers.

29 financial service providers in Bangaladesh that have reported to MIX have maintained the rate of PAR>30 days. Small and medium-sized financial service providers had higher PAR levels compared to large-scale financial service providers. Read the full report: March 2017 Quarterly Factsheet for Bangladesh

 

FSPs in Bangladesh have reported growth in their loan portfolio and in deposits during the December 2016 quarter. Comparing performance over the last six quarters, growth slowed across all outreach indicators. However, PAR levels also reduced during the quarter. Read the full report: December 2016 Quarterly Factsheet for Bangladesh

 

Risk levels compared to the previous quarter are expected to be higher for the March 2017 quarter. Additionally, large FSPs are driving the market growth and are projecting higher growth for the loan portfolio compared to borrower growth. Read the full report: December 2016 Barometer Forecast for Bangladesh

 

FSPs in Bangladesh continued to report growth both in borrower levels and loan portfolio, however, during the September 2016 quarter FSPs recorded the slowest growth over the last five quarters. See the details by viewing the September 2016 Quarterly Factsheet for Bangladesh

 

The September 2016 Barometer Forecast for Bangladesh is now available! Financial service providers in Bangladesh continue to project risk levels to be lower during the quarter. 

 

The June 2016 Quarterly Factsheet for Bangladesh is now available! Medium scale financial service providers (FSPs) in Bangladesh continue to report positive growth in the quarter ending June 2016, whereas larger scale FSPs such as BRAC, BURO and Grameen Bank reported slower growth. However, risk levels have declined from the previous year.