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Heralding Post COVID Economic Revival through Resilience and Value Leadership

Drive economic revival by building resilient models and delivering value

The global financial services industry has withstood the COVID-19 crisis without major service disruptions. However, the impact of COVID-19 on banks has exposed several gaps in business and operating models. Even as banks scramble to deal with the adverse fallout on their business and operations, they will need to play a key role in facilitating economic recovery and growth. In defining banks’ response to the COVID-19 crisis, the focus must be on drawing up a strategy built on the three pillars of resilience, value leadership and growth to drive fundamental transformation and future-proof to weather such storms, going forward.

To address the COVID-19 impact on banking, overcome challenges created by the crisis, and emerge stronger, financial institutions must:

  • Speed up digitalization programs across customer touchpoints and service channels
  • Identify beyond-banking value spaces and opportunities for ecosystem play
  • Identify new growth opportunities in turn driving economic recovery
  • Recalibrate business models to evolve into resilient and adaptable entities
Hari Krishna Prasad G

Lead, Banking Industry Advisory Group, Banking, Financial Services and Insurance, TCS

Srinivasa Kumar Yerchuru

Head, Industry Advisory Group, Banking, Financial Services and Insurance, TCS

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