• European Banking Barometer 2016

    Our seventh European Banking Barometer illustrates how senior banking executives view the macroeconomic outlook and what impact it may have on the banking industry in 2016.

  • European Banking Authority 2016 stress test

    In February 2016 the European Banking Authority launched their largest-scale stress test on several European banks. Going forward, it will form a critical component of European regulatory tools.

  • Regulating from within

    As banks face an array of challenges, will rethinking strategy help them thrive? We explore trends that will impact their strategies to drive a sustainable future.

  • Single Resolution Mechanism: Getting a headstart

    A bank’s resolution strategy will aim to achieve the continuity of its critical functions as a going concern while minimizing the impact of the resolution on financial stability and with minimal recourse to public resources.Such strategy will be laid out in a detailed resolution plan.

  • Single Resolution Mechanism: Resolution planning

    The SRM will shape Eurozone banking by assessing resolvability and setting a minimum requirement for own funds and eligible liabilities. We can help you take a proactive approach.

  • Transforming talent: Global Banking Outlook 2016

    If banks are to rebuild a viable industry, transforming their people is as important as transforming their products and processes.

  • The Intelligent Customer Experience: A new approach for banks

    EY has developed a new measurement framework called the Intelligent Customer Experience (ICE), which represents an innovative new approach to measuring and improving the customer experience in banking.

  • Preparing for the Fourth EU Money Laundering Directive

    One of the most significant areas for financial institutions and regulators over the next 12 to 18 months will be the Fourth EU Money Laundering Directive, and its impact.

  • Rethinking risk management

    Our sixth annual risk management survey finds banks are changing their approach to risk management, creating proactive methods to manage non-financial risks and making front-office staff more accountable.

Guiding an industry in transition

Amid significant global regulatory reform, banks and securities firms are faced with numerous challenges and sweeping changes. How should banks' operating models evolve? Where are the greatest opportunities for growth? What is the most effective way to raise and manage capital?

These are some of the questions banks are wrestling with as they seek to comply with new regulations while meeting the expectations of customers and shareholders for service, transparency and return-on-investment.

We provide guidance in these key areas:




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