Our series of timely, thought-provoking and informative publications on current issues impacting the financial services industry.
|All aboard: Delivering the onboarding experience customers demand
How can financial institutions streamline and enhance customer onboarding to promote long-term, profitable relationships?
|Money is no object: Understanding the evolving cryptocurrency market
What is cryptocurrency? How might the technology behind it disrupt financial services? How might this new market evolve?
|Serving the connected consumer of the future
A joint Strategy& and Electronic Transactions Association survey recently studied 1000+ consumers, 25+ merchants, and 50+ payments executives to understand consumer and merchant pain points and overlay against payment providers perception of the market.
|Playing the part: Streamlining role-based access control
Want to streamline the user-access experience and more tightly restrict access? Implement role-based access control.
|Risk Appetite Frameworks: Insights on evolving global practices
The International Association of Credit Portfolio Managers (“IACPM”) and PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (“PwC”) jointly performed a study to understand industry practices and challenges of developing, implementing, and enhancing risk appetite frameworks.
|An ounce of prevention: Why financial institutions need automated testing
Need a reliable way to prevent costly—and potentially catastrophic—software errors? Try automating functional testing.
|A flex-able future: Integrating workplace flexibility at financial institutions
The demand for flexibility in the workplace is rising. Find out how to implement flexibility at your financial institution.
|State of compliance 2014: Financial services industry brief
Even though the corporate compliance function is better developed in the financial services sector than in other industries it continues to evolve.
|Mending the Gender Gap: Advancing Tomorrow's Women Leaders in Financial Services
Despite making up more than half the workforce in financial institutions, women continue to dramatically lag behind their male counterparts in leadership roles. The lack of women leaders is grabbing the global spotlight. That’s because it’s far more than a social issue — it’s a problem with financial, legislative, risk management, and talent retention implications.
Successful financial institutions know that sustaining a distinctive and diverse leadership culture is critical to thriving in the marketplace. PwC has developed a strategy for financial institutions to create and retain a strong pipeline of female talent. This strategy, which is embedded as part of an overall talent strategy, includes a framework that helps companies advance the women in leadership agenda and can pay off with both short- and long-term benefits.
|2012 US financial services M&A insights: Balancing uncertainty and opportunity
PwC's annual review of financial services industry mergers and acquisitions with a review of major trends and an outlook on future m&a activity.
|When the Growing Gets Tough: How Retail Banks Can Thrive in a Disruptive, Mobile, Regulated World
As the United States emerges from the financial crisis, retail banks are striving to outperform their competitors while grappling with unprecedented regulatory challenges and shifts in consumer behavior. Banks are also assessing the implications and opportunities created by mobile phones and social media.