Seven trends that will shape the future of the financial services industry

November 19, 2021

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The financial services industry is changing at an unprecedented scale across the globe. Whether your organization is facing regulatory pressure to protect consumer data, demands for greater consumer access and control over their financial data, or competition in an expanding financial services ecosystem, you need a consumer identity and access management (IAM) solution that can help to: Align with Open Banking and consumer protection regulations Drive revenue and maintain competitive advantage Make it easy to acquire, retain, and protect your customers with no-compromise Zero Trust security Provide seamless omnichannel experiences across all platforms: brick and mortar, web, and mobile devices Below are seven key trends that will affect the future of the financial services industry. Understanding these trends can guide you in choosing the right IAM solution to help you meet these challenges head-on.

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