The focus of the newest issue of Frontiers in Finance is on navigating change and transformation.
The focus of the newest issue of FiF is on navigating change and transformation.
The articles in this edition of Frontiers in Finance show how the financial services industry is facing challenges right across the horizon. Leaders in our industry have to develop new ways of nurturing talent, clarity and the environment in which to succeed. In particular, they now have to confront the whole question of digital adoption and enablement, and face the challenge of change in multiple dimensions.
Yet in a rapidly-changing world, there are also new and different opportunities to find innovative ways of serving new customer needs; and to adapt better and faster than the competition to satisfy existing demands.
Please reach out to your KPMG contact to discuss any of the articles in this issue.
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Frontiers in Finance describes how competing insurers partnered in Blue Marble Microinsurance to tackle new markets and global poverty.
Frontiers in Finance considers how new non-banks and alternative lenders can avoid burdensome regulation by buiding consumer and regulator trust.
Atlas Mara taps into African banking market potential with long-term investor view.
Frontiers in Finance discusses the challenge of balancing global bank capital regulations.