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Dealing in globalised markets

04 December 2007  |  5508 views  |  0

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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