Banking Review: Fall 2011

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PwC's Banking Review shares a Canadian perspective on the challenges and opportunities facing the banking and capital markets sector. This edition features the following articles:

Anticipating a new age in wealth management: Global private banking and wealth management report 2011 – Americas survey highlights
The status quo in the wealth management industry and private banking is no longer an option, according to a PwC survey. In order to adapt to a changing environment, this survey finds that five key areas need to be addressed: performance and change, clients, client relationship managers and human capital, operations and technology, and risk management and regulation.

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Data is the lifeblood of your business: Integrated finance and risk reporting in financial services
Many banks have trusted to technology to help integrate risk and finance reporting, often at great cost and with mixed results. A more pragmatic and cost-effective approach would seek to get the data right first.

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Adjusting the lens: The world is changing—and so is the role of internal audit
With potential growth on the horizon, now is an opportune time for Canadian chief audit executives (CAEs) to start shifting the lens when it comes to the role of internal audit.

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