66% of bank executives find maintaining agility to respond to economic volatility a significant business challenge.

Today, banks are under tremendous pressure due to new regulation requirements and digital innovations they must keep pace with—and, to stay competitive, something must change. But with the ability to combine performance data from the past with forward-looking, scenario-based information, banks can better prepare for a volatile and disrupted future.

Financial Times interviewed 50 retail banking executives around the world to discover the largest hurdles and understand how connected planning can deliver a competitive edge and impact the bottom line. Read the full research finding and interviews in “Joining the dots: How connected planning will transform banking.”

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