He will discuss the big shifts and their implications on financial services.
Mohit Mehrotra, Partner, Co-leader at Monitor Deloitte APAC, will be a speaker and panelist at the Manila (February 28), Jakarta (March 21), Kuala Lumpur (April 25), and Bangkok (May 29) legs of the 2018 Retail Banking Forum.
Being with Deloitte Consulting for more than a decade now, Mohit has worked in North America, Western Europe and various parts of Asia including Singapore, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Taiwan, China, Korea, and Japan.
Mohit has managed regional engagements to address strategy, value proposition development, segmentation, distribution and profitability related issues. He has also written numerous articles in prestigious publications.
At the Retail Banking Forum 2018, Mohit will present the topic “The Ten Big Shifts in ASEAN and the associated opportunities and risks for Financial Institutions” and give an in depth discussion on the following:
Recent shifts in technology and consumer behavior are creating new needs and problems to solve. We analyzed the ten big shifts that have deep implications on financial institutions and their client franchise. These shifts are fundamentally changing the business environment and the way in which value is created and captured. Traditionally value chains operate and optimise in self-contained markets and companies, whilst today value webs connect and collaborate in complex and dynamic ecosystems. A fundamental implication of ecosystems is the need for companies to shift from a linear orientation to a true web orientation in creating and capturing value.
Financial institutions need to re-think source of competitive advantage i.e. from Brand, IP, Talent, Scale, Assets, Regulation to an approach which combines new sources of value with traditional levers e.g. in the world of customers: delivering value nuanced utility and creating connection, in the world of platforms: facilitating new ways to trade and co-create and in the world of data: turning data into better decisions and outcomes.
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