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NEW YORK, New York – July 7, 2020 – More than half of financial services companies plan to accelerate implementation of their next generation technology strategies, according to a new global survey of 500 financial services C-Suite executives and their direct reports released today byBroadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. (NYSE:BR), a global fintech leader.
“Financial services players have shown they can adapt and change during the pandemic. Going forward, they will continue to drive digitization and mutualization to improve client experience, resiliency, and cost,” said Tim Gokey, CEO of Broadridge. “Prior investments in digital, cloud, and mutualized technologies have enabled companies to be more resilient during the crisis, and executives are taking careful note as they plan for the future.”
Virtually all financial services companies expect the pandemic to affect their operating model and strategy toward next-generation technology. In the next six months, companies plan to focus on:
Prior investments that were most beneficial in managing the pandemic were interactive digital technologies (72%) – defined as digitizing customer and employee experiences, workflows and operations along with cloud technologies (59%).
As a result of the pandemic, many firms have reprioritized their investment strategies. Businesses may never return to the old “normal”, leaving firms little choice but to accelerate their digital transformation.
The pandemic has also changed the role of fintech service providers, with 70% of respondents stating that fintech providers’ ability to offer innovative uses of next-generation technology is now more important as a result of the outbreak. Almost half of respondents agree that the pandemic increased the need to mutualize – in other words, share or outsource – processing functions to reduce costs and increase resiliency.
Leveraging next-gen technologies is part of Broadridge’s investment in The ABCDs of Innovation® - AI, blockchain, the Cloud and digital – helping clients understand and apply these technologies by simplifying the complex to help them be Ready for Next. To see the full Broadridge Next-gen Technology Pulse survey report click here.
This Broadridge survey was conducted by ESI ThoughtLab to assess the adoption of next generation technologies. C-Suite executives and their direct reports from 500 financial institutions globally were surveyed, with fielding completed June 1, 2020. The survey was administered to executives from buy-side and sell-side firms, including universal banks (20%), commercial or investment banks (16%), broker-dealers (14%), investment/asset managers (15%), insurance companies (13%), hedge funds (11%) and wealth managers (11%). Responses were split evenly among the APAC, EMEA and North American regions. For further details on survey methodology, please contact a Broadridge media representative.
Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. (NYSE: BR), a $4.5 billion global Fintech leader, is a leading provider of investor communications and technology-driven solutions to banks, broker-dealers, asset and wealth managers and corporate issuers. Broadridge's infrastructure underpins proxy voting services for over 50 percent of public companies and mutual funds globally, and processes on average more than U.S. $8 trillion in fixed income and equity securities trades per day. Broadridge is part of the S&P 500® Index and employs over 12,000 associates in 17 countries.
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