策略性夥伴關係 - 各主題分析
Strategic Partnerships - Thematic Research
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 29 Pages
|策略性夥伴關係 - 各主題分析 Strategic Partnerships - Thematic Research|
|出版日期: 2019年11月30日||內容資訊: 英文 29 Pages||
本報告提供事業部門 (核心銀行，付款，融資，信用卡，行動電子錢包等) 的金融服務業的相關利益者間的策略性合作調查分析，主要技術、經濟、規定、消費者趨勢相關的系統性資訊。
Partnership has become a catch-all term for a variety of strategic collaborations, which could be as 'light' as a referral agreement with an emerging SME lender, to white labeling the underlying credit risk engine, to the co-development of the overall platform. None of this is necessarily new - banks have always relied on strategic partners. But the scale and pace of technology change, and the diversity of sources from which it can now emanate, make it more difficult (and potentially more transformative) than ever.
The right partnership can deliver overnight scale via access to new markets or customers or neutralize a dis-intermediating threat. The wrong partnership can mean service outages, data breaches, and potentially business-ending reputational damage. Success depends not just on the technology of banks and their partners, but also strategy: what sources of value can banks truly 'own' as telcos, tech companies, and fintech encroach further into banking? And what specific tech capabilities - and partners - can help them deliver that?
The report "Strategic Partnerships - Thematic Research" analyzes the strategic collaborations between various stakeholders in the financial services industry across business segments such as core banking, payments, lending, credit cards, and mobile wallets. The report discusses in detail the key technology, economic, regulatory, and consumer trends. Within technology, the report discusses the latest developments and partnerships for the likes of software as a service, the cloud, tech due diligence, and blockchain. The report also provides industry analysis and value chain insights on types of partnership at the macro level. In addition, it covers the key examples of partnerships across different provider types and product categories.