The next normal is…

An unprecedented pace of change is occurring. This means business leaders are continuously assessing the damage caused by COVID-19, and quickly taking stock of the opportunities and risks as they re-calibrate their growth strategies for 2021. In this report, our insights team have performed a broad analysis of multiple data points to help form a much clearer picture of how different sectors are positioned going into 2021. Some of the sector-by-sector analysis in this study includes data covering equity market value indicators, employment forecasts, COVID-19 lockdown resilience assessments, as well as long-term value-added growth forecasts from our partners at Oxford Economics.

This report combines the above data points from various sources to provide guidance on questions such as:

  • Which sectors have benefited most in 2020?
  • Which are best placed for 2021 should lockdowns persist?
  • Where could we see acceleration post-pandemic, looking 3-5 years ahead?

You can find the full report here:

'Credit & Financial Institutions' Related News Articles

Growth in contribution to the Gross Value Added (GVA), as well as in employment within Malta’s financial services industry according to the MFSA’s 2020 Annual Report

by FinanceMalta

18th June 2021

SAXO Bank Chief Economist optimistic for recovery in Malta’s Trade, Transport and Tourism
Bank of Valletta

by Bank of Valletta

25th May 2021

The future of Trade, Transport and Tourism in Malta – a business webinar by BOV, Saxo Bank and Malta Maritime Forum
Bank of Valletta

by Bank of Valletta

17th May 2021

BOV Staff donate 300 boxes of food and € 5,000 to the Foodbank Lifeline Foundation and St Jeanne Antide Foundation
Bank of Valletta

by Bank of Valletta

4th January 2021

Bank of Valletta to launch Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Financing Product
Bank of Valletta

by Bank of Valletta

18th December 2020