Digitising investment suitability
For private banks and wealth managers, investment suitability is a hot regulatory topic and should be at the heart of front-office digitisation efforts. Supervisors expect them to strive for good customer outcomes and demonstrate decision-making processes centred on understanding of customer needs.
Delivery versus Payment on Distributed Ledger Technologies
In August 2018, MAS and SGX announced a collaboration to develop DvP capabilities for settlement of tokenised assets across different blockchain platforms. Deloitte together with Anquan and Nasdaq were appointed as technology partners for this project.
How artificial intelligence is transforming the financial ecosystem
The new physics of financial services
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.
FSIReview: Issue 21
Digital: Yay or nay?
As digital technologies permeate all aspects of operations, organisations are required to anticipate the need for massive change and adapt fast enough to survive and thrive in an increasingly digital world. However, the path is not easy and can sometimes demand significant changes.
Forward-looking solutions for tomorrow’s leading asset management firms
Ahead of the curve
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.
The impact of automation
Views on how technology may change the business model at financial institutions
This blog series from Deloitte Global Financial Services Industry leader, Bob Contri, offers views on how technology may change the business model at financial institutions.
Deloitte’s 2019 Global Blockchain Survey
The blockchain story is beginning a new chapter, one in which the questions executives are asking are tougher, more granular, more grounded, and more pragmatic. The question for executives is no longer, "Will blockchain work?" but, "How can we make blockchain work for us?"