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The ecosystem imperative

Looking at the impact of ecosystems across the financial services industry

The digital transformation of financial services organisations is extending into ecosystems, introducing new players and shifting traditional roles. The Institute of International Finance (IIF) and Deloitte have been working together, speaking with public and private institutions, to better understand how these new ecosystems are affecting the industry. These ecosystems are evolving into dynamic networks who create value through complex models of collaboration, competition and innovation. We will look at this across several dimensions in a series of reports.

In this report from the IIF and Deloitte we look at the impact of data policies and the importance of broadening the scope from Open Banking to Open Data, not just Open Finance. We explore how different data-sharing frameworks function as ecosystems with the potential to achieve goals for policymakers and market participants alike. 

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Embedded finance is becoming an important strategic consideration for financial institutions (FIs). For this second report, we interviewed financial experts asking them a number of relevant questions for practitioners, policymakers and consumers, including: What is embedded finance? Why has embedded finance flourished? How is it manifesting? And, where is the embedded finance trend headed?

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Platform business models are quickly gaining traction in the financial services sector. In this third report in our series with the IIF, we identify the trends driving this emerging development, outline the archetypes of platforms that are likely to take shape in the coming years, highlight the roles and competitive dynamics of key stakeholders and look at the internal and external conditions for platforms to succeed.

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Stay tuned for the final two reports in the ecosystem imperative series, launching later this year.

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