The ABBL works with members for a better understanding of the market, through surveys and analysis on business lines (private banking, retail banking, depositary banking), on the employment, but also more generally on the impact of COVID on financial institutions. Certain more specific surveys allow us to better define the priorities of the sector, for example the impact study for the implementation of Basel IV, or on the adoption of cloud computing and Distributed Ledger Prototype.
ABBL/KPMG Cloud Adoption Survey 2022
Cloud adoption in the financial sector: where do we stand today? To find out, ABBL and KPMG Luxembourg conducted a survey and more than 50 organisations participated.
ABBL/PwC Corporate Banking Survey
The ABBL, in cooperation with PwC, has launched an inaugural Corporate Banking & Finance Survey 2022 - with the strong support of Luxembourg for Finance and the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF).
ABBL/Deloitte Digital Onboarding & Electronic Signature Survey
To assess the market situation in Luxembourg, the ABBL and Deloitte conducted a market survey among ABBL members.
ABBL/KPMG Private Banking Report
The ABBL Private Banking Cluster and KPMG Luxembourg published a study on the private banking sector in Luxembourg, based on a questionnaire sent in June 2021 to financial institutions.
ABBL/CSSF Private Banking Survey 2021
The credit institutions participating in the survey represent over 95% of the private banking business in Luxembourg. The figures stated are as at 31 December 2020.
ABBL/CSSF Retail Banking Survey 2021
The credit institutions participating in the survey represent over 90% of the retail banking business in Luxembourg. The figures stated are as at 31 December 2020.
Future ABBL/CSSF Depositary Banking Survey
This future survey will provide a better understanding of the depositary banking landscape.
ABBL/CSSF External Asset Managers Survey
This survey was designed to collect relevant statistics related to the external asset managers servicing business in Luxembourg.
Mutualisation of Functions Survey 2019
Published in December 2019, this survey explore the functions prone to be mutualised in the financial services sector of Luxembourg.