Banking and capital markets

Dealing with a tough new environment

Overview

Banks lead the world in helping companies, investors and governments operate, innovate and realise their ambitions. However, following the financial crisis, they still have work to do in recalibrating business models, building customer trust and engaging with the wider community. The Brexit dynamic is significant, alongside the strategic importance of leveraging technology to improve efficiency and create a sustainable banking model for the future.

Insights

Gender Pay Gap Reporting: Spotlight on banking

Gender Pay Gap Reporting: Spotlight on banking

The 5th of April 2018 marks the end of the first year of disclosures under the new UK gender pay gap reporting requirements. Just over 10,000 companies employing more than 250 people in England, Scotland and Wales have disclosed their figures, although reportedly more than 500 are yet to publish and may face possible fines and reputational damage. Below is an analysis of the gender pay disclosures for companies in the banking sector, including how the disclosures in the banking sector compare to the wider UK disclosures.

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European Banking Authority Brexit opinion: what does it mean for firms’ Brexit plans?

European Banking Authority Brexit opinion: what does it mean for firms’ Brexit plans?

The European Banking Authority issued an Opinion on issues relating to the departure of the United Kingdom from the European Union on 12 October. The opinion is wide ranging in focus and provides details on many of the most important issues firms are considering in the context of Brexit.

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Isabelle Jenkins
Banking and Capital Markets Leader, PwC United Kingdom
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