IT Infrastructure Trends in Banking

In the current regulatory environment, banks are facing two levels of challenges. While they are under pressure to expand beyond home territories, they also face stifling regulatory constraints. These restrictions are forcing banks to maximize on every capital expenditure they make. Such financial and regulatory reforms, in the face of the economic slowdown, have positive effects on quality assurance, governance and data management. But it also forces banks to hold capital that they would otherwise invest. This environment has made it vital for banks to sharpen their analytical and forecasting capabilities. Find out how the burden of regulation, expansion, cost optimization, and business transformation can be shared by an expert partner to foster an environment for growth.
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