Now in its seventh year, the World Payments Report (WPR) from Capgemini, The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), and Efma looks at how the global payments landscape is responding to shifts in economic and competitive conditions, advances in technology, increased regulatory pressure, and evolving customer demands.
Capgemini outlines the current state of credit risk management.
Capgemini and Merrill Lynch present the 2011 World Wealth Report.
The 2011 World Retail Banking Report from Capgemini, Unicredit and Efma identifies the major challenges facing retail branch networks in a multi-channel environment.
Capgemini presents an approach for financial institutions to seize the opportunities presented by emerging mobile payment technologies.
Capgemini reports on current technology and operations trends in the equipment finance market.
Natixis is first in France to bring real-time payments transactions reporting to Smartphones.
As the dust begins to settle on the financial crisis, it has become clear that enterprise risk management must be woven into the DNA of banks, says Capgemini.
Capgemini and Merrill Lynch offer an in-depth look at the high net worth (HNW) marketplace in Asia-Pacific.
Capgemini presents the Financial Services World Quality Report.
Financial services firms face a dilemma: how can they differentitate themselves from the competition when virtually all of their products have become commodities? For its 2001 special report on the financial services industry, Cap Gemini Ernst & Young presents banks with a number of strategic alternatives.
With the goal of improving investor services, US discount brokerage Quick and Reilly made the decision to implement a new system which could combine sales and customer marketing information.