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Many banks are already modernizing their legacy processes to take advantage of new technology, so innovative thinking will be the source of the significant changes necessary to distinguish themselves in their business.
Fremont, CA: Capital Markets are in the midst of a transition. Advances in technology are helping Capital Markets companies to gain a competitive advantage and distinguish themselves. Firms have an exceptional opportunity to move the Financial Services industry forward in entirely new ways by leveraging technology's ability to provide scalability and quick access to information and data.Leading banks would need to reconsider and reorganize their organizations for an utterly digitized economy, rather than focusing solely on digital in search of lower operating costs.
Fintech is guiding the transformation of Capital Markets.
Capital Markets are undeniably is being impacted by digitization. As a result, banks are full of data, and the challenge now is to figure out how to use advance technology to make the most of it.
The Cloud is an undeniably bright potential superstar. It has already positioned itself as a critical player, offering significant cost savings and infinite scalability through efficient systems. However, finding a balance between performance and data protection can be difficult, leading to the hybrid cloud model's transformation.
Banks do not yet see blockchain technology as a potential initiator. On the other hand, most see it as a possible agent of dramatic change and are preparing their processes for quick implementation in the event of a breakthrough.
Shaping the future
Capital Markets firms must follow five organizational principles to realize the promise of this transformational era entirely:
However, to do so, they must perfect their technology plan. As a result, banks' resources should build unique skills in areas where revenue generation and client retention are essential.
Old legacy infrastructure, processes, and ways of thinking will be thrown aside by the relentless pursuit of performance, change, and legacy modernization if this new paradigm is adopted. Leading banks will take a leaner, more adaptive approach to gradually replacing legacy IT, building new technologies, and incorporating new assets with existing systems using open APIs and microservices.