NextGen Balance Sheet Management and ALM: Benchmarking the landscape and future trajectories of movers and shakers
Celent presents strategic perspectives on how financial institutions and vendors of ALM and balance sheet technology solutions are evolving, the movers and shakers, and the trajectories they are taking
A new world of more costly, intrusive, and data-intensive regulatory regimes has challenged ALM practices and operating models to embrace greater data enablement and analytical sophistication. ALM functions and activities are increasingly characterized by growing expectations for improved collaborations and alignment between ALM groups, alongside treasury, finance, and business unit frontline functions, in areas such as capital planning, credit loss provisioning, and hedge design and implementation.
In this Celent study, we adopt a combined qualitative and quantitative approach to provide a strategic perspective of how financial institutions and vendors of ALM and balance sheet solutions are evolving, the movers and shakers, and the trajectories they are taking: