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On the move: The outlook for financial services in 2015

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After a prolonged period of uncertainty and constraints, financial services firms appear to be on surer footing, with sustained but slow growth returning to many sectors. As we look to the potential for an even stronger 2015, it’s time to take stock of the issues facing different corners of the industry. While these issues are complex and can vary significantly from sector to sector, some broader themes emerge. For example, regulatory issues continue to dominate, and could be leveraged as a point of competitive differentiation. Product and business model innovation is heating up in some sectors, and firms are focused on improving client experience as well. And that’s just the beginning. From technology and reputation management to the talent wars and cyber threats, there is no shortage of issues that commands the attention of financial services leaders. That’s why the Deloitte Center for Financial Services has released a fresh series of Outlooks for 2015. Here is an at-a-glance look at the big issues we examine in each sector.

Read the full report here: http://www2.deloitte.com/us/en/pages/outlooks/financial-services-industry-outlooks.html

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On the move: The outlook for financial services in 2015

  1. 1. After a prolonged period of uncertainty and constraints, financial services firms appear to be on surer footing, with sustained but slow growth returning to many sectors. As we look to the potential for an even stronger 2015, it’s time to take stock of the issues facing different corners of the industry. While these issues are complex and can vary significantly from sector to sector, some broader themes emerge. For example, regulatory issues continue to dominate, and could be leveraged as a point of competitive differentiation. Product and business model innovation is heating up in some sectors, and firms are focused on improving client experience as well. And that’s just the beginning. From technology and reputation management to the talent wars and cyber threats, there is no shortage of issues that commands the attention of financial services leaders. That’s why the Deloitte Center for Financial Services has released a fresh series of Outlooks for 2015. Here is an at-a-glance look at the big issues we examine in each sector. On the move The outlook for financial services in 2015 Follow us on Twitter @DeloitteFinSvcs Connect with us on LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com/company/deloitte View our full outlooks collection at www2.deloitte.com/us/2015outlooks/cfs 1. Globalization 2. Monetization 3. Strategic brand risk management Alternative Investments 1. Balance sheet efficiency 2. M&A 3. Growth 4. Payments transformation 5. Compliance and risk management 6. Data management 7. Cybersecurity Banking 1. Revenue streams 2. Balance sheet efficiency 3. Regulation and transparency 4. Risk management and risk culture 5. Technology and data 6. Client value optimization Capital Markets 1. Macro fundamentals 2. Globalization 3. Investments 4. Financing 5. Transaction activity 6. Property-specific fundamentals 7. Sustainability 8. Technology and automation 9. Security and privacy Commercial Real Estate 1. Growth 2. Longevity risk 3. Information fluency 4. Regulations 5. Capital management Life and Annuity 1. Governance 2. Risk management 3. Technology 4. Organizational structure Property and Casualty 1. Information fluency 2. Regulations 3. Capital management 4. Climate change Mutual Funds 1. Distribution and technology 2. Product revenue 3. Governance and conflicts 4. Operational innovation 10. Regulations Deloitte Center for Financial Services Private Wealth

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