Networking in financial services

September 26, 2022 | | Hungary

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How important is for you to constantly adding new clients to your business? You might rely mostly on your loyal clients but this is not how your business will grow and stay sustainable over the years. “Networking”, or the science of building great personal and professional relationships with new potential clients, is at the base of any professional services and the financial service makes no exception. The most successful lawyers, bankers and asset managers understand its importance and leverage it regularly. But networking is not a talent we were born with. It’s a skill we need to learn that has rules and principles to be observed and respected in order to be effective.
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The accelerating age of digital is impacting every business, and the banking and financial services industry is not exempt. The very basis for competition among banking and financial services companies has expanded beyond its traditional arsenal of price, product features, service quality, new products and branding, to include a new category: “hyper-personalization.” With increased encroachment from digitally-enabled startups and existing players, coupled with rising expectations of digitally-empowered consumers, financial services institutions are set to undergo a massive transformation in how they conduct business over the next decade.

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