Open Innovation: Unlocking the Next Frontier of Growth in Finance

In the age of hyper-competition, disruptive innovation is a linchpin for growth, and the financial industry is no exception to this rule. Until a few years ago, financial institutions relied upon a closed innovation model that leveraged in-house research and development teams and internal technology infrastructure to launch new products and services; but the entry of FinTechs combined with new technologies, stringent regulations, and market forces have changed the way banks look at innovation. Underpinned by co-creation, the concept of open innovation has led to strategic and tactical alliances in the financial sector to unlock value for the business, innovation partners, and customers.

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Making an impact in private markets, starts with the data

Private markets funds are leading the way in sustainability but with new regulatory measures, a changing investor profile and increasing due diligence, Matthew Luff explores how an interoperable approach to ESG data management can make all the difference, and form a vital tool in the private fund managers’ toolkit.

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Biodiversity: The next hurdle in the ESG data marathon

Addressing ESG data at the root of investment management operations will be critical in the coming years. So, how do asset managers monitor and respond to climate change and biodiversity risks, and importantly show progress not only against targets, but in generating real change?

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