Building the Next Gen in Financial Services

Building the Next Gen in Financial Services Posted by Rob Dicks and Linda Quaranto on June 1, 2012

Many financial institutions are in the midst of an all-out effort to redeem, refocus, reposition and generally remake themselves in the wake of the financial crisis and ensuing Dodd-Frank regulations (among others). While the topic of executive compensation has received much attention, the talent implications of industry reform reach far beyond the C-suite and far beyond compensation alone, rippling throughout the ranks of both front-office and back-office personnel.

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HR in the Financial Services Industry? Most Are Paying too Much.

HR in the Financial Services Industry? Most Are Paying too Much. Posted by Greg des Groseilliers and Jeff Altman on April 26, 2012

We all know the financial services industry (FSI) has been under the microscope in the past few years, but a new Deloitte Consulting benchmarking study focuses the attention on a different aspect of FSI operations: HR. What’s revealed may seem like piling on to change-weary FSI organizations. But, as the saying goes, the truth can set you free, or in this case, help you understand where significant improvement opportunities lie and how to take advantage of them.

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