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The EMEA published the new Banking Business Monitor for Europe 2005-2021 co-authored by EMEA President, Prof. Rym Ayadi, Professor, Bayes Business School – City, University of London, and Chair of the European Banking Authority – Banking Stakeholders Group (EBA-BSG), and Doriana Cucinelli, Associate Professor of Banking, Università degli Studi di Parma and EMEA Research Fellow.

The Banking Business Models (BBM) Monitor 2024 Europe is the European edition of the bank business model analysis, which is part of the Global Monitor of banks and credit unions business models. The Global Monitor covers Europe, United States of America, Canada Middle East and Africa. More countries will be added subject to data availability.

The BBM Monitor 2024 for Europe identifies the business models of 3,503 banks covering more than 95% of assets of the European Union plus EFTA countries from 2005 to 2021, which accounts for 35,567 bank-year observations. Using a unique definition and a careful selection of multidimensional attributes and the development of state-of-the-art clustering methodologies, the BBM Monitor provides a coherent approach to analyse banks and to monitor their behaviour over time. The monitor covers issues such as interaction with ownership structures, size, internationalization, migration, financial performance and operational efficiency, contribution to the real economy, risk, resilience, robustness and resolution.

The BBM Monitor is geared towards bank practitioners, policy makers, regulators, supervisors, and academics who are interested in independent research, analysis and expert views on the banking sector in Europe.

The BBM Monitor and Results will be updated annually and potentially extended subject to data availability. The business model identification results of the BBM Monitor 2024 for Europe are available for all the bank-year observations upon request.

The BBM research is promoted and funded by the Euro-Mediterranean Economists Association (EMEA). Collaboration is acknowledged with the Centre of Banking Research of the Bayes Business School of the City University of London. The BBM is disseminated on , and

The Euro-Mediterranean Economists Association (EMEA) is a Barcelona-based regional organization established in 2012, that serves as a leading independent and innovative policy research institution; a forum for debate on the political and socio-economic reforms in Mediterranean and Africa; and promoter of actions and initiatives that fulfil objectives of sustainability, inclusiveness, regional integration and prosperity. As a “think and act tank”, it strives to contribute decisively to the transition process in the Mediterranean and Africa amidst climatic challenges, unprecedented global financial and economic crises and geopolitical uncertainties and conflicts.

The Centre for Banking Research (CBR) of the Bayes Business School, City University of London, promotes and disseminate topical and high calibre academic research in banking.

The EU-Mediterranean and African Network for Economic Studies (EMANES), is a collaborative and  innovative regional network of economic and policy research institutions and think tanks from Europe, the Mediterranean and Africa, working towards a renewed vision for socio-economic development that brings prosperity, sustainability, inclusion and resilience. EMANES is coordinated and funded by EMEA.

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