How can financial institutions become sustainable while remaining adaptable?
Welcome to our 12th annual edition of Emerging Themes in Financial Regulation. As always, our mission is to help you identify where change is happening, meet these challenges and remain strong and sustainable for the long-term.
Today’s organisations must operate sustainably, minimising their impact on the societies in which they operate to deliver a positive effect on the environment, their people and stakeholders.
So this year, our team has identified the key areas where businesses can draw on learnings from the pandemic and the emerging regulatory and political landscape, to build resilient and nimble business models that can respond to future challenges, exploring six themes:-
- SUSTAINABILITY AND ESG
- TALENT & PEOPLE, INCLUSION & DIVERSITY
- CHANGING MARKETS
- REGULATORY RISK & ENFORCEMENT
A delicate balance
The many challenges facing the financial services industry have become more complex and trends such as sustainability, inclusion, technology, as well as growing political and regulatory risk, are driving fundamental changes in business operating models. Financial institutions must become ever more agile in adapting to meet these challenges.
This year we’re also pleased to launch our new 2022 Emerging Themes in Financial Regulation Horizon Report. In such a fast-changing world, our report explores what is arguably the most critical issue of our times: How can businesses balance sustainability and agility?
We hope you enjoy reading our insights and that they spark many fruitful conversations over the coming weeks and months.
This year, our mission is to help you identify where change is happening and how you can respond to challenges and build resilience and sustainability that supports long-term value and values.
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