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Dealing in globalised markets

04 December 2007  |  5482 views  |  0 globe

In this audio interview with Suzanne Dence and Keith Bear at IBM, they elaborate on the findings of IBM's recent study into globalisation trends in financial markets, and provide some in-depth recommendations and examples of how firms can position themselves for success.

This 24 minute interview covers the following subjects:

  • Key strategies for successfully entering burgeoning markets such as India, Russia and China; and the danger of the herd mentality.
  • How recent credit market developments have borne out the research’s findings – highlighting poor internal business risk management at many firms, but some such as Goldman Sachs who effectively manage their business as a portfolio with very transparent view of risk.
  • The impact of the emerging financial centres in Shenzhen, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Dubai, and what infrastructure investments these burgeoning centres will need to make to succeed.
  • How dynamic capability assembly can help organisations succeed in a more globalised world and what lessons the financial markets can learn from other industries.
  • The role of SOA and real-time information management in transforming business structure and collaboration models, and what benefits financial markets firms are seeing from their investments in these areas.

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