FSI Executive Perspectives on Top Risks for 2023 and 2032
Macroeconomic and labor market headwinds shape Financial Services Industry risk environment in 2023, with adoption of digital technologies chief risk driver for 2032
The level of uncertainty in today’s global marketplace and the velocity of change continue to produce a multitude of potential risks that can disrupt an organisation’s business model and strategy on very short notice. Unfolding events in Eastern Europe, changes in government leadership in several countries around the globe, escalating inflation, rising interest rates, ever-present cyber threats, competition for talent and specialised skill sets, continued disruptions in global supply chains, rapidly developing technologies ... these represent just a sampling of the complex web of drivers of risks that may threaten an organisation’s achievement of its objectives. Uncertainty and risk are here to stay. Keeping abreast of emerging risk issues and market opportunities is critical to improving organisational resilience.
Protiviti has provided specific insights for the financial service industry from the Executive Perspectives on Top Risks Report which focused on the top risks for the short term — 2023— and the long term — 2032 — from 1,304 respondents in C-suite and board positions in organisations around the globe.
Staying abreast of emerging risk issues and opportunities is becoming increasingly difficult. This report was developed specifically to support you in navigating these challenging times.