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When quantitative easing (QE) is withdrawn, the world economy will enter unchartered territory.
While recovery in this sector has been encouraging, it remains fragile. Many challenges remain. How to cut costs, increase security, settle remediation charges and, somehow, prepare for the next crisis.
But there are also opportunities, including many new online technologies. And all of this must be managed by a mostly new generation of leadership within a constantly changing industry. We believe financial services organisations need to adapt and be assertive to drive growth. We are here to support and advise you now and in the long term.
Our Financial Services practice is focused on three core areas: Banking, Insurance and Investment Management.
KPMG partner Mark Guinibert outlines the importance of investing in employee systems as well as customer solutions in The Raconteur’s 'Financial Services Technology' report (Sunday Times 8 February 2015). The report offers essential insights into the value of the UK’s burgeoning financial technology scene and the need to shake up antiquated technologies and further improve the customer experience.
If you would like to discuss any of the issues raised in the supplement in more detail please get in touch.
The world of money is changing. The internet, social media and mobile devices are reshaping how, when and why we interact with banks and new players are bringing different approaches to banking. The changing world of money outlines the impacts and opportunities presented by challengers in the UK banking market.
With Anti-Money Laundering (AML) higher than ever on senior management's agenda, regulatory fines running into billions of dollars, and threats of criminal prosecution against banks and individuals, our Global Anti-Money Laundering Survey 2014 explores the ways in which organizations are preventing, detecting, and responding to AML risks.
Technology: as in every other business sector, financial services companies are having to respond to rapid and transformational developments in data, information and technology.
The insurance industry is moving beyond a mind-set of post-crisis retrenchment. As well as balance sheet strength, insurers are refocusing on sustainable profitable growth. However, they do so under the constraints of 'the new normal,' characterised by low interest rates and equity market volatility, which is challenging traditional business models.
To say that these are interesting times in the investment management industry would be an understatement. We sat down with more than 30 Chief Executive Officers from firms across Europe to gauge their thoughts on the state of the industry. The results were illuminating.
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