Partner & Director
Pascal Vogt is a core member of the global Risk & Compliance practice at Boston Consulting Group and global leader for Balance Sheet Optimization & Treasury. He focuses on balance sheet management, asset liability management (ALM), liquidity management, and treasury for financial institutions and corporates.
Pascal joined the Cologne office of Boston Consulting Group in the fall of 2007.
In his client work at BCG, Pascal has led the redesign and transformation of the treasury function (governance, organization, operating model, IT-migration, KPI/reporting, methods); as well as the redesign of capital markets function (trading and sales setup, client and product base, organization, steering tools and metrics, and IT setup).He is an expert in funds-transfer-pricing, deposit modeling, liquidity, and FX management.
Before he joined the firm, Pascal was a lecturer in probability theory and a Senior Consultant at ifb AG.
This is no time for complacency. The improving interest rate environment may provide temporary relief, but banks need to use this cushion to fund their transformation.
Companies can gain breathing room to operate under stressful conditions; withstand the scrutiny of shareholders, creditors, and regulators; and pursue market opportunities.
The status quo is no longer sustainable. With bank profitability under pressure, treasurers must improve efficiency, optimize financial resource management, and fast-track digitization.
Risk, treasury, and compliance can help banks return to profitability. But success will require digitizing beyond the edges and redesigning core processes.
By accelerating digitization, bank treasuries can potentially increase average net interest income contributions by 10% to 15%.
BCG’s 2018 Treasury Benchmarking Survey, the fifth in a biennial series, continues the story of how treasuries have responded to one of the most challenging periods in banking history. For most, it has been a journey of significant and, in some cases, profound change.
Banks that reform their treasury operating models can better manage their liquidity, risk, and balance sheet performance and gain an edge over their peers.
Banks continue to struggle against slow growth, the low-interest-rate environment, and heightened regulatory demands. How can treasurers gain ground amid the growing complexity?