Since the financial crisis, technology and business process outsourcing have been at the heart of the capital markets industry's drive to address uneconomic costs. Despite all their efforts, many companies seem to have reached the boundary of this optimization, limited by remaining business processes and technologies that appear too specific and risky to modernize and externalize. As a consequence those institutions find it more challenging to adapt and offer differentiating services.
If financial institutions started anew today — based on effective profit and cost management with a singular focus on business differentiation — what would the operational questions relate to and what would the future hold for them?
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Global Head of Capital Market,
Ecosystem Strategy, DXC Luxoft
Head of Business Development, Coremont
Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company
CEO, Armstrong Wolfe