Beyond Fintech: A pragmatic assessment of disruptive potential in financial services
Fintechs have defined the direction, shape, and pace of change across almost every financial services subsector. While they may not dominate the industry today, they have laid the foundation for future disruption. Read Deloitte's executive summary or the full report from the World Economic Forum.
Insurer of the future
Technology is shaping the future of underwriting
The future of insurance is not only exciting, but also transformative. Emerging technologies such as robotic process automation (RPA), artificial intelligence (AI), and advanced analytics are optimizing and simplifying all functions in insurance, including underwriting.
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.
Watch Deloitte’s global financial services leaders share their views on industry trends
In this series of “DChat” discussions, Deloitte’s Global Financial Services Digital Transformation Leader, Michael Tang, discusses the dynamic transformation taking place in the financial services industry and what many organizations and consumers will need to do to keep up.
How to flourish in an uncertain future
Regulatory initiatives are requiring UK banks to ‘open up’ customer transaction data to third parties – a development known as ‘open banking’. But how will these changes affect the traditional retail banking business model, and what can banks do to enable them to adapt to an ‘open banking’ future?
Over the horizon: Blockchain and the future of financial infrastructure
Research from Deloitte & the World Economic Forum
The result of a project that Deloitte and The World Economic Forum worked on, this report looks at blockchain and considers the potential for distributed ledger technology to replace existing financial infrastructure,providing greater speed, accuracy and efficiency in many basic financial processes.