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Over the last decade, several trends in the global financial services industry have spurred firms to work together with fintech providers to modernise their operations and optimise their front, middle, and back-office functions.
These trends only accelerated during the pandemic, as the sudden shift to remote work and a massive spike in trade activity expedited firms’ need to digitise their operations and strengthen resiliency.
As a result, many financial services firms are beginning to recognise that the most strategic way to prepare for the future is through mutualisation, where participants share in the benefits of an industry solution provided by a reliable, trusted and independent third party.
Mutualisation enables firms to:
Successfully leveraging fintech solutions to mutualise technology functions will be a hallmark of firms that have emerged successfully from the pandemic.
Although the concept of mutualisation has been around for years, this white paper re-examines it in the context of the post-pandemic world.
In it, we will:
Mike leads major transformational projects by driving revenue-generating initiatives that meet the business needs of our clients and align with Broadridge’s leading capabilities. Previously, he served as Broadridge’s Head of Corporate Strategy and was responsible for our strategy, acquisitions, partnerships, and other innovation-related activities. Prior to joining Broadridge in 2017, Mike was Senior Executive Vice President of Worldwide Services for Microstrategy. Prior to that role, he served as Director of Investments for the Troubled Asset Relief Program at the U.S. Department of Treasury and held positions at Merrill Lynch and McKinsey & Company.