Despite the short-term disruption, the Brexit vote offers financial institutions a golden opportunity to think differently about how they do what they do, in the context of broad industry changes.
Firms may merge or be acquired. Firms may expand into the UK, or elsewhere into Europe. They may take this time to rationalize contracts, streamline product offerings, shore up security defenses and more. The paths they'll follow depends on the planning they do now.
Financial institutions headquartered in the United States have varying degrees of exposure to the situation in the UK. They might have financial holdings: deposits, loans, and securities. Some have a physical presence, with branches, call centers, and offices. Many rely on local employees, contractors, and vendors.
Each of these will require a different kind of attention. Are you ready?
Bill Lewis, Global FS Risk & Regulation Leader
John W. Stadtler
Partner, US Financial Services Industry Group Leader
Tel: +1 (617) 530 7600
Global FS Risk & Regulation Leader
Tel: +1 (703) 918 1433
U.S. Financial Services Advisory Leader and U.S. Banking and Capital Markets Leader
Tel: +1 (646) 471 8488