The 5 most challenging trends for Swiss private bankers

10 percent of private banks did not survive 2015. KPMG’s joint study with the University of St. Gallen finds that many banks’ efforts to adapt their business and operating models to the new environment have proven insufficient. Despite trying to turn around their performances, many banks face a stark reality - they can’t survive.
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Will procurement as we know it exist in the future?

Digitization is expected to have a strong impact on procurement as we know it today. The old paradigm of cost reduction and cost efficiency is drawing to a close – placing procurement professionals on the threshold of change. But what comes next?
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CEO Outlook: Transformation capacity as a strategic success factor

Half of the 50 CEOs interviewed in Switzerland (of 1,200 CEOs interviewed worldwide) stated that they are planning major transformations in their respective companies in the next three years. Today’s transformation is a continuous flow of incremental steps, which allows for quick adjustments and corrections, speed to market and measurement.
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Stadionbau: Kein Anpfiff ohne institutionelle Investoren

Neuer Anpfiff: Auf dem brachen Zürcher Hardturm-Areal soll endlich ein neues Fussballstadion entstehen. Das Investitionsvolumen für das Privatprojekt mit Mantelnutzung beträgt 500 Millionen Franken. Gelingt dank neuem Konzept der Durchbruch?
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CEO Outlook: Strategic cornerstones of CEOs in Switzerland

In a global survey, KPMG asked the opinion of 1,200 CEOs, of which 50 are based in Switzerland. In regard to their most pressing issues in the coming years, there are some clear indications where the journey might be going. Swiss CEOs would like to speed up their go-to-market processes for products and services.
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Brexit: Is Switzerland an attractive alternative for resident non-doms?

Prior to the referendum, questions asking how Brexit might affect the freedom of travel and other aspects of daily life were in the spotlight. As the implications of the UK’s vote are being felt across Europe and beyond, our focus shifts beyond issues of travel towards what Brexit means for resident non-doms and their existing or future Swiss connections.
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