Financial Services Consulting

Tomek Jankowski
Lead Senior Analyst for Financial Services Consulting Research, Tomek Jankowski:

"The dust is finally beginning to settle from the first wave of new regulations imposed on financial services companies in the wake of the 2009 crisis. Anemic economic growth coupled with aggressive regulators, frustrated customers and disruptive new technologies have buried the old operating models. The industry is looking to consultants to help reinvent itself and its services as it struggles to remain relevant in a market environment undergoing tectonic shifts."

Consulting Capabilities and Trends Analysis

Kennedy's exclusive, qualitative assessments of provider capabilities at the engagement level to inform buyers of consulting services in financial services.

These in-depth research reports feature:
  • The Kennedy Vanguard™ of Financial Services Consulting Providers
  • Financial Services Market Trends
  • Client Spending Trends and Forecasts for Financial Services
  • The Financial Services Competitive Landscape
  • Provider Profiles of Select Financial Services Practices
Published Research Report Topics:

2013


2014


Consulting Market Outlook Research

Kennedy's quarterly index research provides quantitative market data for consulting providers to assess growth opportunities.

These reports feature:
  • Market Size, Growth and Forecasts by Service Line
    • Human Resources
    • Information Technology
    • Financial Consulting
    • Strategy and Operations Consulting
  • Market Size, Growth and Forecasts by Industry, including detailed analysis on Financial Services
If you have questions about Kennedy's Financial Services consulting market research please call 888.259.1500 or +1.603.357.8102, or contact our client-relations team.

What Comprises Financial Services Consulting


Financial services: Services concerned with the allocation, management and investment of resources with particular emphasis on time (term), liquidity and risk.

Banking: Business services (whether for retail or institutional customers) which are designed to help customers manage cash flow. Core banking services traditionally include checking and savings accounts, as well as issuing loans and credit.

Insurance: Insurance services are designed to transfer risk from an individual (retail or institutional customers) to a larger pool of participants. Participants pay a premium and are reimbursed (in part or whole) in the event of a (predefined) loss. Participants are typically rated according to categories of risk and grouped in appropriate risk-level pools.

Capital markets & asset management: Capital markets services involve the raising of capital via the sales and trade of capital funds — long-term investments, primarily equity and debt securities — whether by private placements or institutional markets and exchanges. Investment or asset management, on the other hand, refers to the professional management of specified assets (i.e., securities, real estate or other assets) to meet predefined investment goals.

Financial Services Ecosystem Subsectors

For more information on this series,
please call 888.259.1500 or +1.603.357.8102,
or contact our client-relations team.
Financial Services Consulting firms covered in this series include:
– Accenture
– AlixPartners
– Alvarez & Marsal
– Aon Hewitt
– Aon Risk
– Atos
– A.T. Kearney
– Bain & Company
– BearingPoint
– Booz & Company
– The Boston Consulting Group
– Brown Smith Wallace
– Capgemini
– Cambridge Associates
– Capco
– Casey Quirk
– Cognizant
– Controls Risk Group
– Crowe Horwath
– CSC
– Cutter Associates
– Deloitte
– EY
– FTI Consulting
– Fujitsu
– Grant Thornton
– IBM
– Kasina
– KPMG
– Marsh
– McKinsey and Company
– McLagan
– Mercer
– Milliman
– Navigant
– North Highland
– Novantas
– Oliver Wyman Group
– Promontory Financial Group
– Protiviti
– PwC
– Sapient
– Tata Consultancy Services (TCS)
– Towers Watson
– West Monroe Partners
PLUS a look at many other prominent firms