Financial Services Industry
Financial Services Internal Audit
Planning Priorities 2020
The annual edition of Planning Priorities for Internal Audit in Financial Services is here. As in previous years we have focused on new areas relevant to Internal Audit, recognising that regulatory, technological and social landscapes
Crunch time V: Finance 2025
The future of Finance is coming on fast. It’s time to get ready
From phone apps to home automation to cashless commerce and beyond, digital disruption is the new normal for consumers today. It’s changing what we do – and how we get things done – in countless ways. What does this have to do with the future of Finance? Everything.
Accelerating digital transformation in banking
Findings from the global consumer survey on digital banking
Consumers around the globe expect their banks to act and interact more like top technology brands. Our latest global consumer survey on digital banking reveals where the gaps are—and what banks can do to meet heightened expectations.
The new physics of financial services
How artificial intelligence is transforming the financial ecosystem
World Economic Forum and Deloitte's latest report studies the strategic, operational, regulatory, and societal implications of AI on the financial services industry to elucidate previously sensationalized debates and help the industry look forward.
Financial Markets Regulatory Outlook 2018
A mid-year update
Following the release of our flagship annual Regulatory Outlook at the start of 2018, the EMEA Centre for Regulatory Strategy are pleased to provide this mid-year update, which details what has transpired in financial regulation over the first half of 2018 and what’s left to come.
Artificial Intelligence: From Mystery to Mastery
Unlocking the Business Value of AI in the Insurance Industry
Artificial Intelligence (AI) stands to disrupt industries on fundamental levels – from business model to value chain. The numbers are obvious: deals to AI startups enabling computers to mimic human intelligence and decision behavior increased 4.6x, from 150 in 2012 to 698 in 2016.
The Future of Operational Risk in Financial Services
A new approach to operational risk capital management
As part of its completion of post-crisis reforms, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (Basel Committee) recently finalized its Basel III standard, which complements its previously published initial phase of Basel III reforms.
Reimagining the role of the front office in complying with banking regulations
Digitizing front office processes and controls
Why invest in a more comprehensive approach for your front office to respond to, manage, and deliver against an expanded regulatory, business, and control agenda?
EMEA Digital Banking Maturity Survey 2018
Are EMEA’s banks prepared for the new world of banking?
A mixture of changing consumer preferences, competition from FinTech start-ups, and regulations like the European Union’s revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2) have been forcing banks in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) to develop their digital capabilities.
Performance magazine #25
Insurance, Brexit and regulatory changes
Deloitte's Performance Magazine explores the new challenges and opportunities faced by the investment management industry generated by a constantly evolving market. True to form, we focus on a specific country, and in this edition we zoom in on France.
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.
Autonomous vehicles and the insurance industry
Insurers confront the "when" and "how" of self-driving cars
With sensor-loaded cars poised to reduce accidents by 90%, and ride-sharing/ride-hailing trends pointing toward decreased vehicle ownership, the auto insurance industry could be challenged to compensate for the apparent inevitability of falling premium rates and perhaps a substantial volume
Fintech by the numbers
An evolving ecosystem of startups, incumbents, and investors
From disruptive threat to enabling partner, fintech has reached a new phase in the evolution of the financial technology sector. In this maturing fintech ecosystem, startups, traditional financial institutions, and investors are working, growing, and profiting together in a variety of ways.
2018 Banking Outlook
Six critical drivers of challenges and opportunities
Au băncile capacitatea de a se transforma suficient de repede pentru a-și menține poziția dominantă într-o industrie care înregistrează o evoluție rapidă?
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.
Financial Markets Regulatory Outlook 2018
The European financial services industry faces considerable strategic challenges in 2018. There is a large volume of implementation work being carried out, alongside uncertainties around the future shape of regulation.
Art & Finance Report 2017
A closer look at the growing Art & Finance industry
The Art & Finance industry has evolved over the years, shifting from a primary focus on art investment toward issues around the management of art-related wealth
Deloitte: Romania dominates the NPLs market in the CEE
With loan portfolio sales increasingly recognised as an effective method of deleveraging, this continues to be a crucial element in banks’ strategies.
Lending & Secured Finance 2016
A practical cross-border insight into lending and secured finance
Recent developments indicate an increased legislative appetite for increasing borrowers’ protection, especially consumers, mainly due to the public attention enjoyed by consumer lawsuits initiated against banks.