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Banking and securities

The issues in the banking and securities sector are getting increasingly complicated nowadays – fundamentally, growth and risk are the two sides of the coin. Maximizing growth opportunities yet balancing risks, developing new products yet meeting stricter compliance and regulatory requirements are key challenges for financial institutions operating in the banking and securities sector. Technology innovations, regulatory changes, industry consolidation, competitive dynamics and market movements, all require carefully crafted business strategies and technical solutions for banks and securities companies to excel in the marketplace.

Deloitte is one of the recognized leaders in providing professional services to help banking and securities clients develop such strategies and technical expertise – we provide customized solutions ranging from audit and tax services, from risk services, compliance and regulatory services to aspects of business transformation including strategy and operations, human capital, enterprise applications and technology integration. Our clients include state-owned banks, policy banks, joint equity banks, city and rural commercial banks as well as foreign banks operating in the Mainland and Hong Kong/Macau SAR; we also audit or advise finance companies, leasing companies, securities firms and investment banks. Supported by Deloitte global GFSI network, and deeply rooted in China for decades, our banking and securities professionals are industry veterans who bring industry experience and knowledge with functional expertise to help address the complicated issues today's financial institutions are facing.

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Contact us

  • Alvin Ng
    Partner,
    Banking and Securities, Beijing
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    Partner,
    Banking and Securities, Hong Kong SAR
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