• 25.06.2020 CET 25.06.2020 CET Your current timezone
  • 13:00 – 13:50 CET 13:00 – 13:50 CET Your current timezone
  • Webinar

The cross-border economic shutdown resulting from political measures to contain the corona virus is forcing companies from almost all sectors to adapt to the resulting challenges. Given the current challenges banks are facing, we are organizing a series of "BearingPoint Banking.Talks" on current topics to help banks meet these challenges and align themselves with the banking of the future.

The European banking market is under high pressure to increase efficiency, accompanied by a clear trend towards market consolidation. Current economic conditions pose a major challenge, especially for the profitability of banks - increasingly intensified by COVID-19.

Some banks have adapted these conditions better than others: They have simplified their product portfolio, increased their level of process automation, made targeted investments in an optimized IT architecture and focused on efficient HR management and HR transformation.

In this Banking.Talk, Thomas Steiner and Dr. Robert Bosch present our "Banking Efficiency Approach" which uses an agile step-by-step approach with prioritization of potentials and associated risks: Focusing on an efficient product portfolio, automation of processes, simplification of the IT architecture and enablement of HR - "Start Smart, Scale Smart" for immediate and significant increases in efficiency.

Afterward you will have the opportunity to ask the expert panel questions. If you are interested, we are looking forward to your registration. The event is free of charge and you will receive further information and the dial-in data with your confirmation of participation shortly before the event.

Be a part of it! We are looking forward to your participation and the discussion with you!

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If you want to get more information about this event please get in touch with our experts who would be pleased to hear from you.

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