The financial services sector faces increasing regulatory and public scrutiny – and it's only accelerating. We understand the risks and opportunities that you face in an evolving landscape.
Firms should focus on improving existing frameworks to prepare for future challenges. While some regulatory change programmes have settled, others face renewed uncertainty in new or tighter requirements.
New strategies and approaches are being embedded across the sector. You must ask how you can improve reactions to key drivers, and deliver robust change.
Financial services firms must leverage learnings from the last few years to ensure you're ready for the next wave of transformation.
Our global team of experts are proactive and pragmatic, delivering differentiated and innovative solutions to a portfolio of dynamic clients to build long-term value for financial services.
How we help our clients
Our partner-led teams include former financial directors, chief operating officers, corporate development directors, and chief actuaries. We are client-focused, advising both financial services organisations and a wide variety of secondary market businesses.
We leverage our comprehensive experience to provide a complete and holistic service to our clients.
By prioritising the highest quality work, adding value through our offerings, and leveraging our agile approach, we strive to go above and beyond.
A financial services forecast for 2023
We discuss what developments we expect in 2023, including in response to geopolitical tensions, AI, sustainability, cryptocurrency, the cost-of-living crisis and other economic pressures.
Key trends for financial services in the year ahead
Discover the financial services industry trends and outlook as Alex Ellerton looks at the key challenges facing firms in 2023.
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