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  • Industry: Financial Services, Banking & Finance
  • Type: Business and industry issue, White paper
  • Date: 4/14/2011

Insights into Canadian Banking (Issue 2) 

Canadian banks have earned the trust of their customers during difficult economic times and this trust has received global recognition. By strategizing carefully and working diligently to meet the vast array of post-crisis challenges and opportunities, including new regulations, an aging workforce, and global expansion, Canadian banks are building an ever stronger reputation. But, they should never forget their customers.
Insights into Canadian Banking (Issue 2)
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Insights into Canadian Banking (Issue 2) addresses a number of these post-crisis challenges and opportunities faced by Canadian banks today—always keeping their customers in mind.


Articles in this issue include:

  • Achieving regulatory balance: Canadian banks are well-positioned for growth
  • Pressure for change: Balancing the pace of core banking system conversion is key to long-term sustainable advantage.
  • Post-crisis bank losses prompt calls for better tax governance
  • Aligning your talent management and business strategy requires a new mindset: Building a competitive advantage hinges on the recognition that the war for talent is never over
  • Securitization vehicles – Is IFRS the end of the road?
  • Knowledge, not data, drives customer profitability: Information is critical, but it is most valuable when it describes customer behaviour
  • When sustainability becomes strategic: To further rebuild stakeholder confidence, financial institutions may need to broaden their governance and disclosure policies.

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