Financial services of the future: Technology, talent, transformation - Banking blog

Financial services of the future

Financial services leaders globally are adapting to a range of disruptive changes. How fast is that change taking place, and how are leaders planning to steer their firms through it? Inscribe to our latest webcast.

We'll discuss:

  • Common types of disruptions financial institutions worldwide see coming, yet how they differ in how they view impacts of those changes.
  • Opinions about the speed of coming changes, especially in client services, operations, and talent requirements.
  • How companies in G7 markets are looking for different kinds of skills and experience than their counterparts elsewhere.

Participants will learn results of a recent Deloitte global survey and how technology, talent, and transformation will create the financial services firm of the future.

Host: Jim Eckenrode, managing director, Deloitte Services LP
1 Overview CPE credit | Specialized Knowledge & Applications

Webcast: October 17 | 11 a.m. ET | 15:00 GMT

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Sven Probst - Financial Services and Banking Lead, Zurich

Sven leads the Financial Services and Banking practice in Switzerland. Having started his career as a banker he has been providing external advice and assurance services to the industry for over 20 years. Sven has a broad range of experience and expertise covering governance and control, regulatory challenges, investigations, payments and sanctions, project management, IT and Cyber risk. In his previous life he has also been the CEO of an IT services provider.



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