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Banking & Capital Markets

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2018 banking and securities M&A outlook

Despite numerous deal catalysts in 2017, bank mergers and acquisition activity remained in neutral. Will 2018 be the year that banking M&A truly gets in gear? Will US tax reform, rising interest rates, and the potential easing of regulations boost the banking and securities M&A outlook for the year ahead? The 2018 report from Deloitte US examines banking M&A trends and expectations across banking, specialty finance, investment management and securities, and fintech.

Navigating trends in bank mergers and acquisitions

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Financial services regulatory outlooks 2018

The Deloitte Center for Regulatory Strategy has released a series of 2018 financial services regulatory outlooks to help financial services firms across the globe navigate the year ahead.

Navigating the year ahead

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Beyond Fintech: Disruptive innovation in digital banking

Banking is on the cusp of significant disruption as regulations and technology begin to lay the foundation for a fundamental shift in the business model. Additionally, customers are expecting more value‐driven, personalized, and seamless service than ever before. How will this impact the digital banking landscape?

Cyber risk and regulation in Europe

Building resilience to cyber risk in banks is a rapidly growing priority for regulators. This new report, by Deloitte's EMEA Centre for Regulatory Strategy, explains why banks in Europe should expect a growing level of scrutiny from authorities in how they deal with cyber risk, and greater pressure to demonstrate that they are addressing emerging regulatory concerns in a timely way. Taking steps now to get ahead of the game will be crucial.

A new paradigm for banks

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