Managing Director & Senior Partner
Gennaro Casale is a core member of the Financial Institutions practice and a member of the corporate banking global leadership team at Boston Consulting Group.
Since joining BCG in 1997, Gennaro’s client work has focused on the financial services sector. He has acquired deep expertise in retail and corporate banking strategy, working with Italian and European banks to boost sales force productivity, revamp underperforming networks, and create long-lasting change management platforms.
Prior to joining BCG, Gennaro was an engineer with Procter & Gamble and a business analyst with Centrobanca.
Digital disruption has come to corporate banking with a vengeance. Banks need to develop a vision of how the industry will evolve, formulate a comprehensive strategy, and plot their digital initiatives.
Banks often regard small businesses as high risk and costly to serve. But incumbents that are looking to boost performance and remain competitive should think again.
The macroeconomic “noise” generated by the 2007–2008 financial crisis concealed some fundamental forces that are still reshaping business models in corporate banking.
BCG’s latest report on the global corporate banking industry examines current trends and outlines the actions that players must take to succeed in an increasingly competitive climate.