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Banking and Securities

Our Banking and Securities practice provides professional services including statutory audits, tax, enterprise risk, corporate governance, strategy and operations, technology infrastructure and security and other consultative services. We provide tailored solutions to banking organizations, securities dealers and other financial institutions facing complex issues in today’s global and Canadian marketplace.

We track the pressing trends and challenges, and assess the implications for our clients. We combine in-depth knowledge with technical expertise to develop cutting-edge services and solutions for our clients that traverse all of the disciplines to include assurance, tax and consulting.

Featured insights

  • Social impact bonds: Investor insights
    Impact investing has spread quickly around the world. What do Canadian investors think? The MaRS Centre for Impact Investing and Deloitte have found out.
  • Understanding CRM II
    CRM II has arrived. Starting in 2014, amendments made to the CSA’s National Instrument (NI) 31-103 (the legislation enacting CRM initiatives) with respect to cost disclosures, performance reporting and client statementswill begin coming into effect.
  • 2014 Banking Outlook
    What’s ahead for banks as we look to 2014? Is it the best of times? Is it the worst of times? Or is it both?
  • 2014 Capital Markets Outlook
    What’s ahead for capital markets firms as we look to 2014? Is it the best of times? Is it the worst of times? Or is it both?
  • Who said banks can’t social?
    Become a social bank, inside and out" to see how banks and customers can both profit from shared social value.
  • Optimizing the retail bank supply chain
    How retail banks can learn from the consumer business industry to lower cost, reduce inventory, and boost productivity.
  • Thriving in the age of data: Why Canadian banks need a central data authority
    Find out how your organization can maximize the value of its data.
  • The Federal Reserve's new prudential standards for foreign banks
    The Federal Reserve has released its enhanced prudential standards rules introducing a new level of discipline to oversight of foreign banks operating in the U.S..
  • Dialing in: The future of mobile payments in Canada
    Strategies to prepare for a radical transformation in the financial services industry​
  • Convergence, collaboration and customer data
    The changing face of Canada’s mobile payments market

Featured content

  • Third Global IFRS Banking Survey
    Contributions and insights from 70 of the world’s major banking groups and global systemically important financial institutions (G-SIFIs).
  • When legacy is not enough
    Replacing core bank systems