Picture perfect: A blueprint for digital identity
Research from Deloitte & The World Economic Forum
Over the horizon: Blockchain and the future of financial infrastructure
Research from Deloitte & the World Economic Forum
Brexit and the potential effects on financial institutions in Southeast Asia
What will Brexit mean for business and the economy?
Our report walks through an initial view of the potential implications of the decision to leave the EU, and how it will impact financial institutions in Southeast Asia.
The resolvability challenge for banks
Making banks resolvable is a key part of the global response to tackle institutions deemed ‘too-big-to-fail’. As banks and resolution authorities turn in earnest to tackling impediments to resolvability, however, the complexity and magnitude of the challenge are becoming apparent.
Asia Pacific regulatory themes for 2016
Global change, regional context
This paper outlines key regulatory themes and reforms that the Deloitte Asia Pacific Centre for Regulatory Strategy believes will impact financial services firms in the region in 2016. It explores the themes at an international/national level, and provides a view of the regulatory events expected.
FSIReview: Issue 13
Driving FinTech innovation in financial services
In this issue of FSIReview, we explore strategies to help financial institutions define the future success of their businesses in the face of digital disruption.
As a thought leader in the financial services industry, Deloitte is proud to support the inaugural Singapore FinTech Festival as a Festival Sponsor. This special edition of FSIReview explores strategies to help financial institutions define their future success in the face of digital disruption.
Digital banking for small and medium-sized enterprises
Improving access to finance for the underserved
With small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) still considered by commercial banks and financial institutions as risky and costly to serve, SMEs are largely underserved when it comes to basic financial services.
Global bank booking models