Banknote Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2019 – 2023 adds The Global Banknote Market Report: 2019 Edition research report of 85 pages published in April 2019 to the banking and financial services market data collection of its online business intelligence library.

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The global banknote market is majorly dominated by De La Rue Plc. and Giesecke & Devrient Group. De La Rue is increasingly investing into developing innovative and more secure features for bank notes. Commercial bank note market is also dominated by De La Rue Plc. However, the scenario is quite different in polymer substrate market. Only two companies, CCL and De La Rue, hold the absolute share of the polymer market in which CCL holds the lion’s share.

Banknote is a promissory note, made by a bank, which is payable to the bearer on demand. It is also known as a ‘bill’ or a ‘note’. Historically, the banknotes were issued by the commercial banks but now, the production and distribution of new banknotes, and destruction of the unfit banknotes is the responsibility of the central bank of the respective countries. One of the crucial responsibilities of the national banks is to ensure the adequate confidence of the citizens in their nation’s currency. A country’s monetary policy serves the purpose of designing strategies related to money supply in the economy.

Globally, the demand growth for banknotes remained robust with volume of circulating banknotes growing decently and exceeding GDP growth rates in several nations. The global banknote market is highly dominated by production of banknotes with security threads.

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In terms of geographical areas, the U.S. and Eurozone are major contributors to the global banknote market supported by their economies and high production volumes and values. However, the production volume of Euro banknotes continued to decline in the previous year.

The global banknote market is expected to grow in future due to improving economic conditions, rising global population and growing number of ATMs. In the recent years, the banknote market has gone through several reforms. A new concept called ‘security by design’ has been introduced by banknote suppliers. Through this concept, new designs of banknotes would be introduced including new safety features, brighter color etc. Despite all the growth factors, there are some factors which can hinder the market growth including counterfeiting of banknotes and rapid growth of electronic payments.

Major Points from Table of Contents Covered in Global Banknote Market Report:

1. Banknote Market - An Overview
1.1 An Introduction
1.2 Banknote Manufacturing Process
1.3 Banknote Printing, Packaging and Waste Management
1.4 Banknote Distribution Logistics Model

2. Global Banknote Market Analysis
2.1 Official Foreign Exchange Reserves by Currency
2.2 Allocated Reserves by Currency
2.3 Banknote Market Forecast by Value
2.4 Issued Banknotes Volume
2.5 Issued Banknotes Volume by Type
2.6 Banknote Market by Segment
2.7 Banknote Substrate Market Forecast by Volume
2.8 Banknote Substrate Market by Segment

3. Regional Market Analysis
3.1 The US
3.2 The Eurozone
3.3 The UK
3.4 Australia
3.5 New Zealand
3.6 Switzerland

4. Market Dynamics
4.1 Growth Drivers
4.2 Key Trends
4.3 Challenges

5. Competitive Landscape
5.1 Global Commercial Print Market Share by Company
5.2 Global Banknote Substrate Market Share by Company
5.3 Global Polymer Market Share by Company
5.4 Global Security Features Market Share by Company

6. Company Profiles

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