Improved performance of the New Product Process

01. November 2009

An increasing degree of complexity and growing regulatory requirements lead to the need of new innovation processes

Financial products are getting more and more complex. So complex, that the identification of risks is getting more and more difficult which requires a stronger focus on possible risks.

The financial crisis has made this clear. Financial institutes need to combine three goals when designing their New Product Process, which seem to be incompatible: 

  • Minimisation of risk
  • A quick Time-to-market
  • Efficiency of resources required

The New Product Process could be a cornerstone for a secure future of banks if designed in an optimal way.

Get an insight into that topic and obtain our extract of the whitepaper “New Product Process”.

New Product Process from 19/08/2009 (PDF in German)

Within the full version of our whitepaper we make a management check-up available to you without obligation. This determination of your present situation gives you a valid statement of the regulatory degree of coverage and a first assessment of the organisational setup of your New Product Process. Please use our contact form.

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