What senior leaders are doing to deal with disruption and where they are in their transformational journey.
What senior leaders are doing to deal with disruption and where they are in their...
In this edition of Frontiers in Finance we cover what senior leaders are doing to deal with disruption and where they are in their transformational journey.
We both illuminate the nature of the turbulence in which we our clients find themselves and explore strategies for successful responses. From the constant struggle with disruption and challenge; the transformation being driven by digital technology and the data revolution, the demands for greater customer centricity; and the continuing increase in the demands and constraints imposed by governments and regulators; the issues are far reaching and the solutions require a strategic approach.
We feature articles ranging from strategies for addressing fintech, to the open banking challenge and navigating geopolitics to the opportunity of cyber insurance, IFRS 17 and asset management regulation as well as customer centricity. We feature an exclusive interview with the Executive Officer and General Manager of the Corporate Data Management Division of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group on the need for a new mindset when it comes to data strategy.
To succeed in this new world, where data and customers are shared, banks need to look beyond compliance, to consider how they can compete and innovate with new products and services.
As they navigate volatile situations, banks need to adopt a holistic, integrated approach to managing regulatory risk and uncertainty.
What combination of strategies can shape finance operating models, while leveraging new technologies to help finance balance governance, value preservation and value creation.
As the scope, frequency and impact of cyber-related incidents soars, huge new opportunities exist for insurers positioning themselves for growth in the cyber insurance market.
As management starts to dig deeper into the financial and operational impacts of IFRS 17, many are starting to uncover unexpected business-wide impacts.
The challenge for insurers is to drive cloud enablement across the enterprise and — critically — into the front office.