May 19, 2022 – To remain competitive and profitable, wealth managers have been retooling and investing in areas such as efficient client onboarding, advanced client and advisors portals, automated workflows, artificial intelligence capabilities, enhanced risk management, and consolidated platforms. A reliable core banking platform can support and improve all these endeavors. As the pandemic has pushed wealth managers in Europe and Asia to be digitally proficient and cost efficient while increasing operational simplicity, the role of a core banking vendor has come into renewed focus.
This Impact Report explores some of the key trends within the wealth management sector and how the core banking vendors catering to this industry are evolving their offerings to address new market needs and challenges. It is based on interviews and discussions with executives at wealth managers and private banks across Europe and Asia, leading core banking vendors, and third-party consultants, and on desk research.
This 40-page Impact Report contains 10 figures and four tables. Clients of Aite-Novarica Group’s Wealth Management service can download this report and the corresponding charts.
This report mentions 10x, Accenture, additiv, Appway, Avaloq, Azqore, Capgemini, Credit Agricole Group, Dell, DriveWealth, DXC, Elinvar, ERI Bancaire, EY, Finastra, finnova Bankware AG, FNZ, GBST, HP, IBM, Infosys Finacle, Intellect Design Arena, InvestCloud, KBL epb, KPMG, Lombard Odier, Mambu, Microsoft, Monzo, New Access, Ohpen, OneVest, Pershing, Profile Software, Revolut, SAP, SEI, Societe Generale Private Bank, Sopra Banking Software, Starling Bank, Syz Group, Tata Consultancy Services, Tech Mahindra, Temenos, Thought Machine, Tietoevry, and Wealth Dynamix.