Finance and risk functions have to adapt to the fast pace of change proactively. Increased uncertainty, digitalization, sustainability, and new business models mean they must work on why they operate, their catalog of services, and how they can make significant changes to support their corporation or public service better.
With in-depth experience of key finance and risk-related processes, we enable our customers to re-engineer their roadmap, operating model, and ways of working, to invest wisely in people and technology to be part of the solution and not part of the problem. Since 1997, CFO4.0 stands for our vision for the future of finance, supported by technology: smarter, forward-looking, connected to operations, and leaner.
BearingPoint consultants are independent experts, trusted advisors from the early stages of the strategy or blueprint phases to complex operational implementation. They combine functional, technological, and data skills and bring a collaborative and innovative mindset to our clients’ teams, laying the foundations for future success.
Our main areas of services includes finance strategy and operating model, finance excellence and SSC, controlling and performance management, modern ERP, treasury, compliance, regulatory reporting and risk management.
To strengthen and expand its market position in the asset-backed securities (ABS) area, BearingPoint is taking over, through an asset deal transaction, the securitization business from TXS, including two software assets for the securitization and refinancing market.
BearingPoint releases Part 2 of its “CFO 4.0 Study 2021: Data-driven finance and technology“. Part 2 shows that only 28% of organizations consider themselves data-driven – and data-driven organizations reported significant improvements in decision-making capabilities and adaptability to internal and external challenges and changes.
This white paper provides detailed central clearing statistics, highlights reasons for and against central clearing, and discusses why voluntary or direct central clearing could generate efficiency gains.