The Capital Markets sector has experienced rapid change at the hands of the financial crash and technological advances
As the economy improves, firms are reaching steadier ground. The search for growth in developed and emerging economies requires caution as firms must evaluate which markets are worth targeting. Company leaders must be adept to the challenges of technology advances and global economic shifts to create value for customers in totally new ways.
Odgers Berndtson understands the fragile nature of the industry and works closely with the top firms and executives. We are able to collaborate with our clients to identify their company needs and find the leaders with the skills and experience to lead them into the future.
Banks across North America continue to hedge their positions as the US economy falters in the face of a global slow-down. With a sluggish economy, little loan growth, and investors flocking to the alternatives market, banks must hedge their positions and streamline their organizations in order to maximize revenue.
Working with banks across the world, we advise on the creation of leadership teams with the skills to navigate the navigate the complexities of the post-crash financial markets, whilst securing growth in an otherwise stagnant American and global economies.
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