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The Future of Investment Banking | Oliver Wyman Study
What’s the outlook for Investment Banking in 2014 and beyond?
Well, according to a new report published by Oliver Wyman and Morgan Stanley, banks need to act fast and re-allocate capital and resources to optimise where they have real advantage, and focus regionally and domestically. The report which includes results of client surveys suggests clients plan to ‘polarize’ their spend on partner banks and specialists in areas such as servicing multi-asset, whilst squeezing the rest.
The chaps over at Single Dealer Platforms have more information and the link to the study which you can download.
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