KPMG can help financial institutions address and tackle the challenges the sector continues to face in to
Financial services continue to recover from crisis...
Through a wealth of client experience and relationships with market leaders, regulators and key industry bodies, KPMG’s Financial Services team has an in-depth understanding of the key issues facing financial institutions.
The sector continues to face into the demands of new and changing regulation, embedding risk management cultures, demographic changes, operational excellence and delivery transformation. Our Financial Services team can help financial institutions make better decisions around performance and growth, optimising customer and digital strategies, and governance and regulatory matters.
Why choose KPMG?
We focus on the issues that really matter to you.
Performance and growth – in the current climate it is important for any financial services provider to deliver strong and consistent earnings across a range of financial indicators. Cost management, operational excellence and optimisation of business operating models are all critical in achieving these goals.
Optimising customer and digital strategies – organisations are ensuring that their business are focussed on customer centricity and customer outcomes, from product development to channel transformation to client service and retention strategies. Having the right insights and analytics and technology platforms are central to the delivery of these strategies and transformations.
Governance and regulation – the management of regulatory and strategic risks is fundamental to a high performing financial services provider and is closely watched by regulators and legislators. An organisation’s ability to identify and plan for emerging regulatory and strategic risks and build robust frameworks for delivery and embedding outcomes across the business is vital for a sustainable organisation.
Enhanced risk management – organisations need to be continuously focussed on improving and embedding risk management practices, with decision-making underpinned by an appropriate risk culture, infrastructure, systems and processes.