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Brave new world beckons for financial institutions

Financial Institutions at a Crossroads

Matthew Cutts

Global Sector Leader - Financial Institutions Ask me a question

“How do financial institutions survive in the new world?”

There has never been a more important time to ensure that financial institutions such as banks, investors and insurance companies, are sustainable and committed to long term growth. The global financial crisis has changed the way in which the world thinks about financial institutions. 

“The global financial crisis has changed the way in which the world thinks about financial institutions.”

The real challenge remains for the financial industry to show, and not just in words, that they can be trusted and respected across the world. As a consequence they need to become much more socially and environmentally aware of their actions made within their economies and the communities they serve. 

To survive in the new world, post the financial crash, financial institutions must look to create robust, resilient and sustainable businesses in which clients can have confidence in and their communities can trust.

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Matthew Cutts

Global Sector Leader - Financial Institutions Ask me a question