Kepala Babi

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Kepala Babi

By | December 2011
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1. Introduction to the industry
A. Description.
A bank is a financial institution and a financial intermediary that accepts deposits and channels those deposits into lending activities, either directly or through capital markets. A bank connects customers with capital deficits to customers with capital surpluses. Banking is generally a highly regulated industry, and government restrictions on financial activities by banks have varied over time and location. B. Segments

Retail Banking
Current Challenges: Mergers and acquisitions, increased competition, new regulatory requirements, optimizing sales and fulfillment processes, managing distribution channels and streamlining operations to acquire, satisfy and, thereby, retain customers What TCS provides: Comprehensive strategies for creating reliable systems that improve operational efficiency and meet business goals effectively

Investment Banking
Current Challenges: Low margins, workflow disconnects, data redundancies, complying with mandated regulations such as Basel II and incorporating frameworks like Straight Through Processing (STP), etc. To be able to work round-the-clock in such demanding environments, investment banks have made technology an integral part of their strategic initiatives. What TCS provides: Comprehensive strategies for round-the-clock, efficient management of core functions including brokerage, asset management and wealth management while managing risks and regulatory compliances

Retail Banking
Current Challenges: Mergers and acquisitions, increased competition, new regulatory requirements, optimizing sales and fulfillment processes, managing distribution channels and streamlining operations to acquire, satisfy and, thereby, retain customers What TCS provides: Comprehensive strategies for creating reliable systems that improve operational efficiency and meet business goals effectively

Investment Banking
Current Challenges: Low margins, workflow disconnects, data...