Business re-engineering in financial services
Read Online

Business re-engineering in financial services strategies for redesigning processes and developing new products by Stephen A. W. Drew

  • 931 Want to read
  • ·
  • 17 Currently reading

Published by Financial Times/Pitman Pub. in London .
Written in English


  • Financial services industry -- Technological innovations.,
  • Financial engineering.,
  • Reengineering (Management)

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [291]-296) and index.

Other titlesFinancial times (London, England)
StatementStephen A.W. Drew.
LC ClassificationsHG173 .D74 1994
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 299 p. :
Number of Pages299
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL838705M
ISBN 100273604562
LC Control Number95114965

Download Business re-engineering in financial services


This is a book that is more about IDEF0 modeling than Business Process Reengineering (BPR). It is well organized with numerous diagrams and illustrations. IDEF0 conventions, benefits, and history are all well presented, but anyone seeking a "how-to" on BPR will not find much here/5(5). Find Out More about These and Other DH Books: Contact us to request a Book & Video Catalog and a free issue of The Dorset House Quarterly, or to confirm price and shipping information. DORSET HOUSE PUBLISHING Co., INC. West 12th Street New York, NY USA DH-BOOKS () faxFile Size: 1MB. In contemporary management theory, reengineering is known as business process reengineering, or BPR — a discipline, which analyzes and adapts workflows in organizations. BPR emerged as a technique of rethinking and redesign in business in the s. It is an in-depth process which covers the company's basics. Financial Re-engineering. Financial Re-engineering is the recementing or changing of products, systems, people, brands and technology which has to be done with financial restructuring and financial requantification of every qualitative business variable. Objectives of Financial Re-engineering • Facilitation of the New Budget Framework.

1 Re-Engineering the Financial Processes Tim Knight [email protected] of financial services and technology. Mohit was also selected as a Young Global Leader (YGL) by the World Economic Forum, Davos earlier this year. Mohit holds a Master of Business Administration from the Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi University and a bachelor’s degree in history from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi. Amit Vasudeva. startups are threatening to disrupt traditional financial services business models. In the years since the financial crisis, financial institutions have faced a tsunami of new regulatory requirements. The new regulations have driven up compliance costs, while increased capital and . Comment: May show signs of wear, highlighting, writing, and previous use. This item may be a former library book with typical markings. No guarantee on products that contain supplements Your satisfaction is % : Omar El-Sawy.

The examples throughout the book were taken from different industries and prove a source for ideas for any re-engineering effort. The authors came across as extremely experienced in their work. I would have given it five stars except the last chapter on the human aspect of re-engineering was rather s: 2. financial services ecosystem today. In this paper, we set out to capture the real world implications of these technological advances on the financial services industry and those who must supervise and use it. Foreword Is your business equipped to compete? We are pleased to introduce Financial Services Technology and Beyond: Embracing. Financial institutions are experiencing strong pressure for change arising from technology, increased competition and demands for improved customer service. Re-engineering of key business processes is becoming a central element of corporate and business strategies. However, little empirical data on successes and failures or re-engineering is by: Succeeding with Business Process Reengineering in the Financial Service Industry by Imtiaz Abdul Kader A Doctoral Thesis Presented to the Faculty of The Engineering and Built Environment at the University of Witwatersrand In Fulfilment of Requirements For the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD).