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The evolving role of corporate development in banking

The evolving role of corporate development in ban...

Insight into the changing role of corporate development since 2010 and what lies ahead for banking M&A.

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In the aftermath of the financial crisis, banks’ attention has shifted somewhat from growth to embrace a wider range of activities, from strategic planning to improved operational efficiency that will help to improve margins, profitability and return on equity (ROE). Simultaneously, regulators have introduced more onerous demands, with compliance, increasingly stringent capital requirements and risk assessment becoming a far greater influence over merger and acquisition (M&A) activity.

For the corporate development team in banking, the impact is significant. Those who have been traditionally tasked with M&A activity now find themselves needing to address a wider range of responsibilities and the need to develop new skills and new talents.

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