The Internet has forced numerous industries to undergo top-to-bottom transformations; few have changed more dramatically than finacial services.
The E-Finance Report looks at these changes from all angles, delivering contributions from key players in brokerage, banking, insurance, asset management, risk management, and financial information. Lively and provocative, it presents often opposing viewpoints on the opportunities and challenges of today's Internet, as well as the outlook for the next one to five years.
E-Finance Strategies and Insightsfrom Today's Financial Services Leaders
As the financial services industry moves online, traditional companies face increasing challengesnot only with expectations of their own customers but also with fast-moving E-upstarts prepared to meet and exceed those expectations. The E-Finance Report
goes straight to the source, examining this demanding new environment through articles written by the senior executives, consultants, and analysts who have builtand continue to buildfoundations for the E-Finance landscape of today and tomorrow.
From the widespread acceptance of online stock trading to the growth of one-stop financial service portals, The E-Finance Report
provides a candid overview of today's financial services industryplus what participants can expect to see over the next decade. It supplies much needed guidance on the changes and opportunities today's technological transformation has brought to:
- Retail and business banking
- Lending and credit
- Asset management
- Financial information
The world of E-Finance is moving too fast for one expert to have all the answers. The E-Finance Report
brings together the financial service industry's front-line voices to explain what is happening today, what will happen in the next five yearsand how your organization can gain the upper hand in this technology-driven landscape.