Monetary Intermediation in Australia: ISIC 651

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May 2017

In 2016 Australia’s monetary intermediation industry grows by 5%, as the Australian banking industry remains strong, with improving resilience and operational efficiency

Investment banking and brokerage, and other banking and financial service categories, are the largest in the industry, together generating almost 82% of its total turnover in 2016

More than 57% of total costs are attributed to B2B spending in 2016, as companies continue the implementation of new IT technologies

Over 2016-2021 the industry’s revenue is projected to see a 2% CAGR, driven by improving operational efficiency and investments in IT technologies

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Competitive Landscape


Industry Overview

Chart 1 Production vs Nominal GDP 2001–2021
Table 1 Key Industry Indicators 2011–2016
Table 2 Key Industry Indicators: Annual Growth 2012–2016

Industry Sectors

Chart 2 Industry Sectors’ Growth Indices 2001–2021
Table 3 Production by Sector: Value 2011–2016
Table 4 Production by Sector: Annual Growth 2012–2016
Table 5 Production by Sector: Share of Total 2011–2016


Table 6 Number of Companies by Employment Size 2011–2016
Table 7 Number of Companies by Employment Size: Annual Growth 2012–2016
Table 8 Number of Companies by Employment Size: Share of Total 2011–2016
Table 9 Production by Employment Size 2011–2016
Table 10 Production by Employment Size: Annual Growth 2012–2016
Table 11 Production by Employment Size: Share of Total 2011–2016
Table 12 Industry Leaders: Company Production Shares in 2016

Import and Export

Chart 3 Import vs Export Growth 2001-2016
Table 13 Import and Export 2011–2016

Market and Buyers

Table 14 Key Market Indicators 2011–2016
Table 15 Key Market Indicators: Annual Growth 2012–2016


Chart 4 Household Expenditure on Monetary Intermediation vs GDP 2001–2021
Chart 5 Household Expenditure on Monetary Intermediation vs Population 2001–2021
Table 16 Households: Key Statistics 2011–2016


Table 17 Supply Structure 2011–2016
Table 18 Supply Structure: Annual Growth 2012–2016
Table 19 Supply Structure:Share of Total 2011–2016

Labour Costs

Chart 6 Number of Employees vs Average Salary 2001–2016
Chart 7 Output per Employee vs Average Salary 2001–2016
Table 20 Key Statistics 2011–2016

Industry Attractiveness Index

Chart 8 Attractiveness Index of Monetary Intermediation Among Other Australia Industries
Chart 9 Binary Diagram of Attractiveness Index
Table 21 Attractiveness Index Composition

Attractiveness Index: Explanation

Future Outlook

Table 22 Forecasts 2017–2022


Monetary Intermediation
Investment Banking and Brokerage
Retail Banking
Other Banking and Financial Services