Analytics Trends 2015
Deloitte has identified eight significant analytics trends to watch in 2015 – including one supertrend that will impact everything else.
A tsunami of change will force Canada’s stable but cautious financial services sector to embrace smart risk.
2015 Banking Industry Outlook
In a lot of ways, banks may liken the past six years to a turbulent ride on a small aircraft. As we move into 2015, firms may finally be at the point of boosting profitability–taking off for a less bumpy ride. That’s not to say challenges aren’t ahead, but rather a new flight plan is in store. This Outlook, produced by the Deloitte Center for Financial Services, provides an analysis of industry priorities and anticipated trends based on interviews with our leading banking practitioners to predict what's coming in 2015.
Serve them before you lose them
Deloitte research shows that insurance customers want better online services – and are poised to change providers to get them.
2015 Investment Industry Outlook
This Outlook, produced by the Deloitte Center for Financial Services, provides an analysis of industry priorities and anticipated trends coming in 2015.
Social impact bonds: Investor insights
Impact investing has spread quickly around the world. What do Canadian investors think? The MaRS Centre for Impact Investing and Deloitte have found out.
Actuarial, Rewards and Analytics
The Actuarial, Rewards & Analytics (ARA) practice is a multi-disciplinary group with a primary focus on the insurance industry and financial services sectors. Our ARA practice provides comprehensive actuarial, risk management, and advanced analytics services for life and P&C insurance companies, reinsurance companies, pension plans, captives, and other organizations.
Financial Services sectors
Our Financial Services team is comprised of over 500 practitioners who have experience in the banking and securities, insurance and investment management sectors.
Predictive Project Analytics
Deloitte’s Predictive Project Analytics (PPA) significantly enhances the effectiveness of traditional project management tools. By leveraging advanced analytics we are able to evaluate the likelihood that a project will be successful – followed with practical and actionable advice.