The so-called digital transformation of the ways in which investment banks operate as businesses overall began more than one decade ago. However, not all of the technology that banks needed in order to fully realise this transformation has always been readily available, and the last five-to-10 years have seen a significant rate of growth in the data processing and analytics needed to realise ideas that have been gestating for some time. High up on the list of those ideas is the simple notion that a bank, much like an auto manufacturing facility, must be able to automate away the cost overheads associated with the creation of the finalised investment products that their clients consume.
In this article, GreySpark analyst consultant Oliver White explores the ways in which banks are seeking to automate the product manufacturing process in an effort to experiment with new processes designed to ease the overall execution-of-investment ideas.
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