This talk discusses conditions on the numerical range of a holomorphic function defined on a bounded convex domain in a complex Banach space that imply that the function has a unique fixed point. In particular, extensions of the Earle-Hamilton Theorem are given for such domains. The theorems are applied to obtain a quantitative version of the inverse function theorem for holomorphic functions and a distortion form of Cartan's uniqueness theorem.
Harris, Lawrence A., "Fixed Point Theorems for Infinite Dimensional Holomorphic Functions" (2004). Mathematics Faculty Publications. 40.