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At its core, our business is to help global banks, regional leaders, and Fintechs solve complex futuristic questions by bringing domain-specific technology in the service of high-velocity execution.
Here are a few questions that currently keep our clients and us busy.
None of these questions, come with one-line answers. In fact, they force C-Suite banking leaders to think in nuanced terms.
Maveric Systems is busy redefining the art of possible in the post-pandemic banking world. Working with the brands as guides and partners, our services straddle data, digital, core banking, and quality engineering. Further, across retail and corporate banking and wealth management verticals, our solutions include – customer experience, connected core, regulatory compliance, and digital operations.
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Maveric across Industry Segments
Across global markets, banks have attracted scrutiny. Few geographies remain immune as customer, community, and regulator disquiet increases.
With the worst pandemic behind us, retail banks must balance the immediate fallouts – lost income and loan provisions. However, the longer-term objective is to invest capital to build capabilities to ride the new global shifts of digitization, workforce virtualization, the renewed focus on safety, ESG and Carbon-neutral corporate missions, emergent pop-up ecosystems, and building resilient operations involving customer-centricity, open systems with human touch and regulatory compliances.
A Corporate banking is currently playing catch-up compared to the tech giants operating ecosystems with multiple businesses; some offer financial services, trade finance to payments, and marketplace lending. It is in its early stages of leveraging digitization.
For corporate banking leaders, the immediate focus is on 360-degree views, open data and ecosystem connections, AI-enabled tools, and hybrid interfaces that integrate corporate systems. While there are definite challenges to counter, namely, institutional demand for seamless integration and real-time results, corporate banking is poised to see disruption on an unprecedented scale.
In an industry segment operated around old-fashioned values offering discrete tailored services, the younger clients are bringing the innovation impetus. The emphasis on faster and convenient propositions is also a global ‘phygitalʼ experience. Leading wealth management firms cannot overlook the current challenges – fees have not kept pace, overwhelming acquisition pressures, and poor cross-functional collaboration.
Leading wealth managers must increasingly use AI-enabled algorithms for intelligent decision-making, personalization aligned to client life stages and goals, and extensive analytics across the engagement cycle – acquisition and onboarding, deepening engagement, and servicing and retention