The most recent earnings season provided clear evidence that banks worldwide continue to face numerous barriers to successfully achieving consistent, predictable and repeatable results.
Key themes from Q3 2013 earnings calls
8 trends shaping the bank of 2030
Advancing banking risk management in 2013
Battling for customers in digital retail
The mobile money revolution is here
Key themes from bank earnings season (Q1 2013)
Banking in emerging markets
Successful corporate banking: keep customers close
Which geopolitical risks should banks consider?
Guiding an industry in transition
"Emerging markets are increasing their global power. Today, emerging markets serve as the world's economic growth engine, and the far-reaching effects of their spectacular rise continue to play out. But their risks are often downplayed. Therefore, taking advantage of emerging-market opportunities requires careful planning." - Emilio Pera, Financial Services Leader
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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Industry insights - Unlocking value in Africa
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Improving bank risk identification
Bill Schlich discusses the challenges banks face when dealing with vast amounts of data.