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This would enable decommissioning of large parts of their process and data infrastructure. While getting to this end-state will take time and multiple iterations, significant…View More The long-term opportunity for banks is to repoint key operational, risk and finance systems to blockchain-based, shared data platforms.
As the struggle to raise profitability continues, innovations like blockchain could offer investment banks a lifeline. As with many new technologies, it’s generating much excitement.…View More A VALUE ANALYSIS FOR INVESTMENT BANKS
It’s an understatement to say that banks are now competing in a market that is more challenging than any in living memory. The pressures—from customer…View More New business models are emerging that will level the playing field and allow traditional banks to successfully compete with their banking and nonbanking peers.
Because pivoting to a new business model is not something that will happen quickly, banks must begin the journey today. Three actions can improve their…View More PREPARING FOR THE TRANSITION IN DIGITAL BANKING
These banks are fully integrated, top to bottom, inside and out. They use data insights to facilitate, manage and differentiate seamless, personalized and relevant customer…View More DIGITAL RELATIONSHIP MANAGERS.
Traditional banks can no longer just strive to be better at what they do. Within a few years, their current business model, which calls for…View More FUTURE OF BANKING IN NIGERIA , WEST AFRICA
Our analysis has shown that new competitors could ultimately erode one-third of traditional bank revenues in North America in just a few years. The prospects…View More THE FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF THESE TRENDS ARE STARK.
NOMADS are highly digital and primed for new banking models. They value self-service, and look for new ways to access products, advice and services. HUNTERS…View More WHO ARE BANKS’ CUSTOMERS IN THE DIGITAL AGE?