Mazars is partnering with the the Economist Intelligence Unit to discuss what makes a socially engaged bank a successful business.
Post crisis, almost every aspect of how banks operate, and the rewards they receive, has changed in ways we are only beginning to understand. Whilst we may not be able to predict what the future holds, our team can ensure the decisions you need to make are robust and deliver lasting results to you and your stakeholders.
Mazars is partnering to a major program led by the the Economist Intelligence Unit on the theme of “The Good Bank”.
The world of banking is changing dramatically as a result of the ongoing global financial crisis and the heightened regulatory pressures. Now the main question is: what would/does a good bank look like?
This program will contribute to the global public thinking on what makes a socially engaged bank a successful business. Social Engagement and profitability are key aspects. Regulation, risk tolerance and economic growth play interconnected roles.
The topic will be addressed through 3 main angles:
A Effective | Trustworthy | Innovative Bank
More of this initiative on Mazars: here
More of this "The Good Bank" programme and event information: here