The so-called digitalisation of the capital markets arena – in which an increasingly larger number of previously manual processes within investment banks gradually become automated – is an on-going process that traces its roots to the late 1980s, when e-trading was originally pioneered. In 2017, this digitalization process throughout the financial markets industry extends to every facet of the bank e-commerce value chain.
In this article, GreySpark Partners managing consultant Dominic Cho and analyst consultant Zalman Bernstein examine the evolution of sellside digital strategies over the course of the pre- and post-financial crisis eras in order to assess what will be the digital priorities for banks in 2017.
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