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Coverage following Jonathon Rose’s interview with Sharlene Goff around the rise of challenger banks

If you work in financial services, it’s likely that you will have heard of Capco – the business and technology consulting firm dedicated to the financial services industry. With double-digit annual growth and a string of awards, Capco is an attractive proposition to employees.

Coverage following Damiano Brigo’s interview with Rachel Wolcott on initial margins in CCPs

Judith Kederer zum Thema Employer Branding.

Tomas Rederer zum Geschäftsfeld Corporate Banking 2014.

Capco’s Haleel Sarwar offers his perspective on the need for improved industry-wide standards on reporting SEF volumes.

Peter Leukert gibt eine Einschätzung zur Einarbeitungszeit von CIOs.

Capco’s Jennifer Liu speaks on dark pool risks around the rising concern of high frequency trading.

Capco's Nic Parmaksizian discusses how technology is driving financial services forward.

Money managers specializing in real estate might also be in for a windfall. “The real clue is where the antipodean near- and at-retirees invest their money — and it's all about property,” said Amanda Frear, market lead of insurance at business consultancy Capco in London. “Property as an asset class has always been popular with consumers. Over time, most property markets worldwide continue to grow and outperform inflation. The biggest change could be the potential scale of money which could now flow from pension pots to property and property funds — especially (funds) as they have more advantageous tax implications when the drawdown is spread over a number of years, in a country which already has less supply than demand.”