In the first part of this three part blog, I looked at the concept of ‘enterprise regulatory change’ and considered whether regulatory change initiatives, at the enterprise level, are even achievable, whilst in the second part, I looked at the implementation models for enterprise regulatory change and what this means at the programme level. In this final part, I want to look at the practical realities of implementing regulatory change and what this might mean to an enterprise-wide initiative.
It’s kind of clear that the implementation-model-piece-of-the-jigsaw is the “in theory” part of the decision making process – great on paper, but not necessarily so great in practice – and that when you have to drill down into the level of thinking required to factor in the shape and size of the organisation, the decision making process really becomes a two dimensional one. Continue reading
In the first part of this three part blog, I looked at the concept of ‘enterprise regulatory change’ and considered whether regulatory change initiatives, at the enterprise level, are even achievable.
In reality, the answer to this is “it depends”.
When I first thought about enterprise regulatory change, I thought that the key to achieving a successful enterprise-wide initiative would purely be a function of the sophistication of the implementation model.
But when you look at how it all comes together in practice, it’s clearly not so straightforward.
In practice, there are going to be many other different factors that determine how a regulation can be implemented across one business area versus how it can be implemented across another. Continue reading
The financial crisis and the ensuing tsunami of regulatory change has forced many participants across the financial services sector to take a radically different approach as to how they manage their core businesses.
A tougher regulatory regime against bank capital structures has significantly dented profitability across many, once lucrative, business lines whilst the knock on effect through the value chain has ensured that the buy-side are not immune to these problems either.
Consequently, firms are being forced to take a holistic view as to how they manage their core businesses and the term ‘enterprise‘ is becoming an important word for banks and fund managers alike as they deploy strategic measures to reduce costs.