Financial Services Leaders Realize the Power of Data with MCG’s Financial Services Data Practice.
With a wealth of important, regulated and sensitive data, financial institutions face challenges at making data into the information asset. MCG Financial Services clients all over the world realize the value of data and analytics to increasing profitability and customer depth while meeting regulatory and security requirements.
Our experts have helped align Financial Services goals with projects and execute projects for our worldwide clientele. We know what information maturity in financial services looks like since we’ve helped create it.
Our Financial Services information management services are goal-focused and we spend time understanding and defining your individual requirements and target maturity.
For example, a financial data warehouse using modern technologies can increase the performance, usage and quality of financial data and help you to gain needed insights into customer behavior. Big data, syndicated data, streaming data (fraud, next best offer) support important Financial Services business functions as well.
The services are important for many reasons, not the least of which is to help a Financial Services organization keep up with the acceleration in regulatory compliance issues. These issues tend to be complex, require specific reporting and can appear quickly to an organization, requiring a quick reaction.
We have the following key focus areas:
MCG’s end-to-end Financial Services Data Practice helps our clients to solve these challenges and meet regulatory challenges to become more fast and flexible.
MCG enables company-wide collaboration, as data management and analytics are no longer just the responsibility of IT. MCG Global Services delivers:
MCG has the skills and technical know-how to assist you in attaining your goals of defining and implementing the Financial Services information management architecture that will deliver short-term wins and long-term value.
Representative Clients: American Credit Acceptance, Bank One, CoBank, Commerzbank (Germany), Fidelity Investments, Litton Loan, MFS Investment Management, Scotiabank (Canada), Samba Financial Services (Saudi Arabia), State Street Corporation, TD Ameritrade, Visa International, Waddell and Reed