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In this year’s State of Financial Services report we examine the potential for the industry to start again. We explore the power of new – areas in the industry where new technology and businesses are having a proven impact. We show how existing firms can deploy a greenfield approach to deliver new growth and to accelerate transformation of the existing business.
The State of the Financial Services Industry 2019: Time to Start againRated 4.00 out of 5$0.00 Oliver Wyman
In recent years there as been a trend in financial institution towards greater use of models in decision making, driven in part by regulation but manifest in all areas of management.
Model Risk Management, quantitative and qualitative aspects$0.00 Management Solutions
The digital revolution is resulting in deep changes in consumer habits, caused, among other factors, by greater access to information and increasingly developing new technologies. All this invites us to take an in-depth look into the business models currently being used.
Machine Learning, a key component in business model transformation$0.00 Management Solutions
This paper complements PwC’s Project Blue1 and the PwC Megatrends framework2, which examines the forces that are disrupting the role, structure, and competitive environment for financial institutions and the markets and societies in which they operate.
Financial Services Technology 2020 and Beyond$0.00 Pwc
The UK-based financial services sector, together with the related professional services sector, plays a critical role in the UK economy. It provides capital to invest in infrastructure and technology, which generates income and jobs for UK households, as well as services such as savings, pensions and insurance that households and corporates rely on.
The impact of the UK’S Exit from the EU on the UK-Based Financial Services Sector$0.00 Oliver Wyman
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