Webinar: The Balancing Act - combining resilience and agility to thrive through disruption
COVID-19 proved to us all that resilience alone was not enough to survive disruption. Firms also needed to be able to adapt to the uncertainty of the new normal – they needed to be agile.
Building organisational agility into business-as-usual has been a challenge for decades and organisations are often hamstrung by a misguided belief that agility and resilience cannot work together. But we believe the two can be complementary.
Hear from Adam Stringer and Amy Finn as they discuss how you can adapt to future uncertainty and thrive in a fast-changing world.
Our webinar with UK Finance explores how agility and resilience can be ingeniously combined into your operating model so you can better adapt to, and thrive through, disruption in the future.
Ensuring great customer outcomes through third-party risk management
Three changes organisations can make to increase resilience in their third-party risk management approach and help ensure better customer outcomes.
New customer offerings can be unlocked by the launch of a new payment standard
As ISO 20022 set to go live in Europe and UK this year which can make the biggest change in payments. Organisations across the payments ecosystem must prepare how they can better make use of the data they will have access to gain the full potential ISO 20022 has to offer.
Building the Agile bank
Could organisational agility be the solution to the myriad challenges banking organisations face?
Financial Conduct Authority focuses on firm approach to Borrowers in Financial Difficulty (BiFD)
Financial Conduct Authority has found that many firms are failing to support Borrowers in Financial Difficulty. There are three things firms should consider to provide fair value and act to deliver good overall outcomes.