Summary of The Value Migration

Looking for the report?
We have the summary! Get the key insights in just 5 minutes.

The Value Migration summary
Start getting smarter:
or see our plans

Rating

7

Qualities

  • Analytical
  • Overview

Recommendation

This 2016 update from professionals at the Boston Consulting Group on the state of investment banking finds that the industry is fielding increased costs and more rivals for new income opportunities in the wider capital markets sector. This informative article succinctly presents the major challenges facing investment bankers, along with ideas on how they can remain on the cutting edge of their business. getAbstract recommends this report, written for financial professionals, for its astute take on an industry in transition.

About the Authors

Philippe Morel et al. are professionals with the Boston Consulting Group.

 

Summary

In 2016, the capital markets environment is large and growing. Direct participants, intermediaries and IT providers interact in each of the sector’s segments: the primary market (for M&A and capital raising), the secondary market (for dealing and trading), and the post-trade sector (in which securities settlements and clearing occur). Total capital market revenues are forecast to grow by 12%, to $661 billion, between 2015 and 2020. However, estimates suggest that the investment banks’ share of that total revenue will decline to 31% in 2020 from 53% in 2006. Banks’ 2015 group return on equity...


More on this topic

By the same authors

Hedge Funds
8
Mastering the Value Migration
7
Fintech in Capital Markets
7
Why Brexit Offers Opportunities for Private Equity
8
What Brexit Means for Financial Institutions
8
Adapting to Digital Advances
7
The Quest for Revenue Growth
7

Customers who read this summary also read

Investment
7
Cryptoassets
8
Preqin Investor Outlook
8
World Economic Outlook, July 2019
7
The New Face of Wealth and Legacy
8
Cracking the Emerging Markets Enigma
7

Related Channels

Comment on this summary