Wealth and asset management advisory services
The wealth and asset management industry is dynamic and full of challenges. Every year, more organizations turn to our Wealth & Asset Management Advisory Services practice because of our extensive hands-on experience and technical knowledge.
Our dedicated practice helps clients prepare for growth, manage risk, enhance operational effectiveness and efficiency, maintain adequate controls, navigate regulatory compliance and leverage technology.
As an integrated part of our Global Financial Services Group, this practice can also draw upon the skills of our Tax Advisory Services and Transaction Advisory Services practices to further help our clients meet their unique competitive and regulatory challenges, no matter how complex.
Our services cover:
- Risk- and regulatory-driven change
The industry must adapt to major regulatory changes, including greater capital and reporting requirements, leverage limits, fiduciary standards, remuneration caps and new disclosures. Meanwhile, strategic and operational risks are evolving, and the role of compliance is expanding.
We can help you design and implement a comprehensive compliance program that balances regulatory requirements, risk tolerance and operational demands. With our guidance, you can enhance your reputation and boost investor confidence, which ultimately helps attract and retain assets.
Winning the global regulation game
Understanding the AIFMD
- Analytics and data excellence
Identifying, producing and managing regulatory, investment and client data is a major new challenge. Sufficient data analytics and granularity are crucial—not to mention the ongoing challenge of efficiently handling ever-larger volumes of data.
We can help you with every phase of the data lifecycle. Our client work includes building end-to-end control frameworks, developing data policies and standards and addressing data quality and governance.
The science of winning in financial services
- Technology-enabled transformation
Technology offers wealth and asset management firms powerful ways to improve the reliability and efficiency of their business.
We help clients enhance business performance via strategic technology initiatives, including architectural analysis, platform assessment and systems implementation and integration. We can also help you respond effectively to threats to your technology infrastructure, including cybercrime.
Front-office transformation through technology
Digital disruption in global wealth management
Cybersecurity – addressing rising expectations
Global Information Security Survey 2015
- Revenue and growth
Innovative products, new distribution channels and expanded geographies boost brand awareness, helping firms stand out from the competition and increase AUM. At the same time, product and distribution channel rationalization is crucial to managing the costs of expansion.
We help our clients grow rationally and profitably via new market entry solutions, distribution and product strategies, mobile and digital advances, client segmentation and pre- and post-merger integration.
Rise of the machines in global funds distribution
Wealth and asset managers awake to the new digital age
Advice goes virtual in wealth management
Changes in European asset management distribution
- Operational transformation
Increasing competition, sweeping regulatory change and other trends are forcing firms to evaluate and evolve their operating models. It’s an extremely challenging environment in which to balance business strategy, performance and cost control.
Our expertise in the wealth and asset management sector combines proven methodologies and tools with insights from our client work worldwide. That broad experience can help you transform your operations as well.
7 changes to asset management operating models
- Managed services
The global wealth and asset management industry faces complex challenges of overlapping regulatory compliance requirements, intense competition for new assets and spiraling costs for operations and technology. At the same time, leading firms must focus on their core competencies of portfolio management and client service.
Managed services solve this dilemma by handling non-core functions, enabling firms to concentrate on their strengths. Managed services span IT, data analytics, finance and reporting and leverage industry best practices, technology and business processes. This creates economies of scale that enhance productivity and control costs.
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