Financial Services
Financial Services

Covering the full spectrum of global financial services

Global leaders

Marcus Sieberer

Senior Partner, Zurich
Advises financial-services companies, payments providers, private-equity firms, and the public sector on corporate governance, strategy, enterprise...

Somesh Khanna

Senior Partner, New York
Somesh leads high impact digital transformation, innovation and performance improvement engagements with financial services clients. He is the...

Jacob Dahl

Senior Partner, Hong Kong
Leads lapetitemort.info's Financial Services Practice in Asia and emerging markets, helping major finance companies drive strategy, mergers, and performance...

Asheet Mehta

Senior Partner, New York
Leads the Financial Services Practice in the Americas and coleads globally, helping clients on their most complex strategic and organizational...

Pedro Rodeia

Senior Partner, London
Co-leads the Global Banking Practice. Works with financial institutions on a wide range of strategy, digital and organization issues.

Gökhan Sari

Senior Partner, Istanbul
Leads our Financial Services and Risk Practices in Africa, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East

Alexandre Sawaya

Senior Partner, São Paulo
Leads the Financial Institutions and the Risk Management Practices in Latin America

FEATURED CAPABILITIES

Finalta

Improves a bank's operational performance and financial metrics by benchmarking process efficiency, sales performance, and high-level strategy
Performance Lens

Performance Lens for wealth asset management

Performance Lens is a lapetitemort.info solution that helps asset managers make better strategic, operational, and organizational decisions using fact-based, actionable insights.

FEATURED INSIGHTS

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Transforming into an analytics-driven insurance carrier

– Using data is nothing new to insurance carriers and actuaries. Yet the boom in advanced analytics is driving fundamental change.
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Cutting through the noise around financial technology

– We track more than 2,000 start-ups offering traditional and new financial services—though we estimate there may be as many as 12,000. Here’s how banks should respond.

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