Disruptive technologies, evolving customer loyalty, and pressure to enhance economic returns, define just some of the challenges financial services organisations need to overcome by innovating and managing risks in order to succeed over the next decade. The dynamic regulatory landscape and increased emphasis on cost reduction only adds to the complexity of financial services organisations achieving profitable growth.
Protiviti’s global financial services team brings a blend of proven experience and fresh thinking through a unique 50/50 mix of “home grown” talent combined with former industry professionals, including risk and technology executives, commercial and consumer lenders, compliance professionals and financial regulators. As a major global consultancy, we have served more than 75% of the world’s largest banks, many of the largest and mid-sized brokerage and asset management firms, as well as a significant majority of life as well as property and casualty insurers, solving our clients issues across all three lines of defence of the business to meet the challenges of the future, today.
On 1 May 2018 APRA released its final report on its prudential inquiry into one of Australia’s major Banks. The report raises a number of findings across thematic areas and provides recommendations for improvement. Protiviti has summarised the observations and practices to watch out for that the regulator has warned against.
ASIC’s Report 594 sets out the findings of the review of Australian financial services (AFS) licensees’ compliance with their breach reporting obligation under s912D of the Corporations Act 2001 (Corporations Act).
Protiviti Managing Directors Adam Hamm, John Rao and Scott Laliberte share their expert opinion on the latest regulatory and cyber-related challenges facing insurers today.
A global thought leadership project produced in conjunction with: Appway, Broadridge, Cisco, eToro, J.P. Morgan Asset Management, Oracle, Protiviti, Sapient Consulting, and Vauban Group.