Capgemini Financial Services

Capgemini, one of the world's foremost providers of Consulting, Technology and Outsourcing services, has a unique way of working with its clients, called the Collaborative Business Experience. Capgemini utilizes a global delivery model called Rightshore which aims to offer the right resources in the right location at competitive cost, helping businesses thrive through the power of collaboration. Capgemini reported 2009 global revenues of EUR 8.4 billion and employs over 90,000 people worldwide.

With a network of 15,000 professionals serving over 900 clients worldwide in banking, insurance, capital markets and investments, we bring deep industry experience and enhanced service offerings to serve the financial services industry.From industry trends to best practices, global or local, Capgemini Financial Services four world reports: the World Retail Banking Report, World Wealth Report, World Payments Report and World Insurance Report help organizations be more competitive and and responsive

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Latest Content From Capgemini Financial Services

Whitepaper: World Wealth Report 2010

by Capgemini Financial ServicesJun 22, 2010

As World Wealth Recovery Emerges,Shaken Consumer Confidence Changes Investor Behavior High Net worth Investors (HNWIs) return to markets but while over 55% of HNWIs indicate they regained trust in their advisors and wealth management firms, distrust of regulatory bodies remains at 71%. Given this level of distrust, key to driving increased client confidence is an ability to demonstrate a sharper understanding of clients? emotional and intellectual needs along with effective portfolio and

Whitepaper: "Small Business Banking and the Crisis: Managing Development and Risk" - World Retail Banking Report 2010 Special Edition

by Capgemini Financial ServicesApr 07, 2010

Small businesses play a major role in the world economy and they make a highly attractive and strategic market for retail banks as these businesses mainly rely on banks for financing. But it has always been a hard nut to crack because it is risky and complex. The global financial and economic crisis -? with the increasing cost of risk, the drop in demand, and the rising pressure on banks to support the economy -- further accentuated the major challenge that small business bankers face: How