Saudi Brokerage

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The leading brokerage in KSA offer a plethora of services related to asset management, and investment banking in addition to brokerage services. All t.....

Summary

The leading brokerage in KSA offer a plethora of services related to asset management, and investment banking in addition to brokerage services. All the brokerage firms in KSA provide online trading facility and brokerage services to trading in international markets such as other GCC markets, European and US. Saudi stock market is dominated by the top 10 brokerage firms contributing approximately 90% of the value traded. The commission charged by the brokerage firms in Saudi Arabia is set at 0.12% of the value traded by the stock exchange. Based on the value traded in 2014, the commission earned by the brokerage firms in 2014 was estimated at USD 1.29bn. The commission earned by the brokerage firms is estimated to increase at a CAGR of 2% between 2014 and 2020 to reach USD 1.46bn in 2020. The brokerage firms in KSA are dependent on the buying and selling of equities for revenue generation. Absence or miniscule presence of other products such as ETFs, mutual funds, commodities and derivatives limit the opportunity of revenue generation from these products. All brokerage firms provide research support however; further enhancing their research offering would result in increased confidence of retail and institutional investors.
 
In this report, Marmore examines and analyzes KSA brokerage sector by identifying the top brokerage firms based on the value traded and estimates the size of the KSA brokerage industry based on the commission earned by the brokerage firms facilitating buying and selling of equities on Saudi Tadawul and other stock markets. Marmore also discusses key challenges that are hindering the growth and the potential growth drivers that can propel the industry growth to the next level. The report also forecasts the industry brokerage commission for the 2015 – 2020 periods.

TOC

  1. Executive Summary
  2. GCC Brokerage Sector Overview
    • Overview
  3. Brokerage Services
  4. KSA Stock Market – An Overview
  5. KSA Brokerage Sector Analysis
    • Forecasted Commission
  6. Major Players and Peer Comparison
  7. Challenges
  8. Brokerage Industry Regulation
  9. Growth Drivers
    • Stand-alone to Emerging Markets
  10. SWOT Analysis
  11. Appendix
  12. Brokerage Model

Tables & Charts

Tables
2.1: Broker Count
2.2: GCC Value Traded in USD Bn 
2.3: Average Value Traded Per Broker (USD Bn)
2.4: Market Cap to GDP Ratio (%) 
3.1: Commission Structure
4.1: Top 5 Blue Chips, Saudi Stock Index (TADAWUL)
4.2: Tadawul Index Return
5.1: Indicators to Estimate the Commission
6.1: Major Players Details
6.2: Value Traded (in USD Bn) & Ranking
6.3: Volume Traded (in Bn) & Ranking
6.4: No Of Trades (in Mn) & Ranking
6.5: Summary of services provided by top 10 Brokerage firms
6.6: Summary of Brokerage related services provided by top 10 Brokerage firms
6.7: Research Services By Top 10 Brokerage Firms 
9.1: Research Coverage – Tadawul Stocks
9.2: GCC Number IPO Issues – Country Wise\
9.3: GCC IPO Issues – Country Wise (Value in USD Mn)
9.4 : Current Stance of MSCI
9.5: Comparative QFII Criteria
11.1: KSA Brokerage Firms – Value Traded, Volume & No of Transactions

Charts
1.1: Forecasted Commission and Value Traded
2.1: Value Traded and Brokers Count (2014)
2.2: Middle East Investors – Asset Allocation 2012
3.1: HNWI Mobile Usage (Wealth Management 2013)
4.1: Saudi Arabia Index (TADAWUL) Composition
4.2: KSA Index Level and PE Ratio
5.1: Traded Market Value and Traded Volume 
5.2: Top 10 Brokerages in Saudi Arabia (% of Total Value Traded)
5.3: Forecasted Commission and Value Traded
7.1: Stock Turnover Ratio 
7.2: GCC Rankings
7.3: Tadawul Value Traded by Category, Jan, 2015 – May, 2015
8.1: Membership Process Flow
9.1: Foreign Ownership Levels of Key GCC Markets
11.1: Brokerage Commission and Forecast Methodology

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