A joint report from McKinsey and the Euro Banking Association examines the options for banks in a changing landscape.
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Many in the property and casualty insurance industry have underestimated the immediacy of physical—and systemic—effects from climate change. Business models must adapt.
Amrita Ahuja, the CFO of Square, explains how the company’s payment platform and services have helped small enterprises stay afloat during the COVID-19 crisis.
Five fundamental themes are reshaping Asia’s payments landscape, requiring a swift response—and in some cases, self-reinvention—from players across the value chain.
Despite market complexity, many opportunities exist for private equity players to create value in insurance. We studied the US industry and offer a set of investment recommendations to guide PE firms’ decisions.
UK small and medium-size enterprises are facing the recovery with a new set of needs. Insurers that can adapt their offerings could seize a sterling opportunity.
Small capital markets businesses have been insulated against many of the troubles affecting their larger competitors. Now things are getting tougher.
Few insurers thrive by relying solely on organic growth. Insurers operating in Asia must make M&A and other forms of inorganic growth strategic priorities.
The pandemic has created significant challenges for insurers and sped their digital shift. To stay competitive, carriers will need to radically transform their operating models and cost structures.
Banks can meet rising customer expectations by applying AI to offer intelligent propositions and smart servicing that can seamlessly embed in partner ecosystems.