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The future of capitalism

Capitalism1

It’s Davos time, as usual. In the last week of January, the great and the good of the world’s leadership from governments, business, academia and media all gather in Switzerland to debate the future of the world’s economies and the World Economic Forum, #WEF. In the build-up to this year’s …

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How to create a banking strategy

Vision

Following on from my discussions of solutions versus product people and vertical alignment versus horizontal, the question came up as to how to think strategically. How can you really get inside the customer’s head? What keeps the CEO awake at night (literally in the case of Lloyds Banking Group)? And all …

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How to create a banking strategy

Vision

Following on from my discussions of solutions versus product people and vertical alignment versus horizontal, the question came up as to how to think strategically. How can you really get inside the customer’s head? What keeps the CEO awake at night (literally in the case of Lloyds Banking Group)? And all …

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How will the world look post-crisis?

Pest-analysis

I’ve been debating some future presentations with various folks today, and a little ray of light went off in my head. The light was triggered by a comment: “can you talk about what impact regulatory change may have on bank to corporate relationships using examples historically?” The question was really …

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How will the world look post-crisis?

Pest-analysis

I’ve been debating some future presentations with various folks today, and a little ray of light went off in my head. The light was triggered by a comment: “can you talk about what impact regulatory change may have on bank to corporate relationships using examples historically?” The question was really …

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Visions of the future … 1960s stylee

1975 and change

Last year, I stumbled across predictions from a century ago, and responded by making some predictions for a century ahead.  Strangely enough, there was also a moment to look back over the last fifty years of technology developments around that time too. So it must be whilst sitting around on holidays that …

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Save the City

Economist1

There’s an interesting economist out this week with a front page saying: “Save the City”, which seems to be getting everyone a little bit worked up. Why? Because it’s in defence of the City. The story talks about the history of the City, and how its future may be jeopardised …

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Save the City

Economist1

There’s an interesting economist out this week with a front page saying: “Save the City”, which seems to be getting everyone a little bit worked up. Why? Because it’s in defence of the City. The story talks about the history of the City, and how its future may be jeopardised …

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2012: a banking outlook

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Yesterday, we talked about the economic outlook for 2012.  What about the banking outlook? Well it’s also challenging, with five clear things happening: Regulatory change will still be high on the agenda Investment banking will get a radical overhaul Clearing and settlement will become a much bigger focus Reconstructing distribution …

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2012: a banking outlook

Frictionlesshownfcisgoingtochangetheworldnfc_4e5faebe3a4d4 (1)

Yesterday, we talked about the economic outlook for 2012.  What about the banking outlook? Well it’s also challenging, with five clear things happening: Regulatory change will still be high on the agenda Investment banking will get a radical overhaul Clearing and settlement will become a much bigger focus Reconstructing distribution …

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2012: an economic outlook

The Protester

2012 is here and we all hope it’s better than 2011.  Sure, some of you may have had a very good last year, but most thought it pretty dire with job losses, austerity measures, civil uprisings, protests, a second financial crisis in the Eurozone and more being the name of …

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