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Financial Institutions Advisor: Insights for 2021 and beyond

February 5, 2021 White Paper 10 min read

From the CARES Act and PPP loans, to the shift to a virtual environment, there’s a lot to navigate. We can help. Download our 2021 Financial Institutions Advisor for insights to help you achieve clarity and build resilience, no matter what’s next.

Woman holding a cup of coffee and standing in a modern apartment looking out a large window at a sunrise.The financial institutions industry has experienced significant disruption, facing what seemed like a new roadblock or regulation each week since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. From the CARES Act and PPP loans, to the shift to a virtual environment, institutions must be nimble and proactive to overcome each challenge they encounter.

There’s a lot to navigate, but you’re not in this alone. Our team is dedicated to providing you with the strategic insights and guidance to help you remain competitive while balancing risk and delivering strong returns.

Download our 2021 Financial Institutions Advisor to access exclusive insights from our experts that will help you take on today’s challenges with lasting success:

  • Achieve cyber resilience in an ever-evolving cyber risk landscape.
  • Increase efficiency through preventive application controls.
  • Strengthen your model risk management framework to safely govern predictive, financial, and economic models.
  • Stay ahead of audit and technical accounting regulations and changes.
  • Manage increased risks and emerging concerns impacting the leveraged lending market.

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