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Banking

KPMG can help banks navigate the growth, regulatory and technology challenges affecting the sector today.

Regulatory, technology and cost reduction are the challenges affecting the sector today

The Global Banking and Capital Markets practice combines industry knowledge, tax and regulation experience skills to help our clients. KPMG is tracking and analyzing the latest developments in the banking sector, drawing on the strengths of its global network of over 40,000 financial specialists. We have over 350 experts working in Russia.We offer professional services to retail, corporate and investment banks, capital market companies and exchanges at local, national and global levels.

Current period remains an exceptionally challenging time for the Russian banking industry, which faces issues ranging from volatile markets and increased funding costs to strategic cost cutting and increased regulatory scrutiny. Smart market participants are rethinking their business models, products and services, delivery channels and optimizing their business processes to be more disciplined and customer focused. They are rapidly building on the power of data analytics and digital technologies.

With a wealth of industry experience and specialist knowledge in audit, tax and advisory services, KPMG has the depth of knowledge and breadth of skills to help banks transform, develop and evaluate the right operating models and strategies to respond to this new financial world.

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