Identifying ‘unknown unknowns’:
a perspective on non-traditional competition
The changing nature of competition poses increasing challenges to business models beyond those posed by traditional competitors. Companies need to undertake periodic exercises to gain a sense of the direction from where such threats can arise.
Environmental issues challenge insurers to step up beyond risk transfer
Environmental issues have certainly captured the attention of the insurance industry’s clientele, accounting for the top-five long-term concerns in a survey of the world’s business leaders presented to the recent World Economic Forum.
2020 insurance outlook
Insurers adapt to grow in a volatile economy
As insurance firms adapt to maturing markets and economic turbulence, in the long run, their ability to integrate technology, talent, and business-model innovation into legacy environments may be the key to success.
2020 commercial real estate outlook
Using digital and analytics to revolutionize tenant experience
Challenges, opportunities, and the potential for transformation: Learn how CRE companies could prioritize tenant experience and use advanced technologies to help enhance efficiency, identify risks, and drive growth.
2020 banking and capital markets outlook
Fortifying the core for the next wave of disruption
Disruptive forces are changing how banking is done. Banks can add customer value by fortifying their foundation and staying true to their core identity as financial intermediaries, matching demand with supply of capital.
The new physics of financial services
Adopters of AI in Belgium are compounding competitive advantages
Artificial intelligence (AI) is significantly changing the traditional operating models of financial institutions, shifting strategic priorities, and upending the competitive dynamics of the financial services ecosystem.
Automation is here to stay…but what about your workforce?
Preparing your organization for the new worker ecosystem
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) offers great potential for businesses to get smarter and more efficient. Successful organizations will be those who embrace the change associated with this innovation, and refocus their workforce to maximize the value from this initiative.
Ahead of the curve
Forward-looking solutions for tomorrow’s leading asset management firms
Shifting buyer behaviors, disruptive technologies, and fiduciary-driven regulations are changing the asset management industry. In order to manage these challenges, leading asset management firms must develop and implement innovative and effective solutions now to stay ahead of the curve.