The winners in business have shifted markedly in the past decade—and the keys to success are likely to be very different again in ten years’ time. How should leaders prepare their companies to thrive in a rapidly evolving landscape? What will it take to win the '20s?
The era of smart technology is coming. With this momentous trend, smart technology innovation is bound to be one of the most important fields of development for global wealth management (WM) in the next decade.
Global Digital Wealth Management Report 2018: Building Trust and Reshaping the Value Chain with Technology
Digital wealth management should be distinguished from pure online wealth management and pure cash management, underscoring the increasingly important role of technology in wealth management, especially in the Chinese market. China’s digital wealth management market is now at a turning point for transformation, and four types of players, namely traffic-based institutions, vertical institutions, digitalized traditional institutions and integrated institutions, are vying with each other. Digital wealth management platforms cannot win without six key success factors (KSFs): value proposition, business model, client value management system, investment research and advisory capabilities, technological application capabilities and agile organization.
Rising of Super City Clusters: Envision an Urban Future for All
The new generation of city clusters that evolves around emerging megacities will feature larger population, faster expansion and broader reach compared to their counterparts in developed nations during the same stage of economic development. Such characteristics will likely magnify the conflicts and imbalances that arise as byproduct of urban development. Resolving such conflicts and imbalances requires a comprehensive solution that encompasses coordinated development, inclusive growth and circular economy.
The Belt and Road Initiative: An Inclusive and Symbiotic Approach to Shared Global Prosperity
An inclusive and symbiotic model will be able to address the myriad challenges arising from the implementation of the Belt and Road initiative. Both the government and enterprises should make efforts to establish a collaborative platform and develop the core capacities required for the local markets in BRI countries.