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In This Issue:
Taking Control of Outsourcing: Banks are
outsourcing more than ever, but they expect more than just low-cost
labor. To maximize the value they get from outsourcing arrangements,
banks are rethinking what is possible via outsourcing, restructuring
deals and rewriting contracts to enforce stricter controls.
5 Hot Outsourcing Destinations: India and the
Philippines remain popular destinations for IT and business process
outsourcing. But five up-and-coming global regions are emerging as
strong competitors for financial services firms' business.
The Real Economics of Outsourcing: An effective
global sourcing strategy must consider more than just labor arbitrage,
says Rubin Worldwide founder Howard Rubin.
To Outsource or Not to Outsource? Let the CEO Decide, Says Art
Recent Financial Services Outsourcing Deals
Case Study: An IT Outsourcing Success Story
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The New Era of Data Management: Risk management,
regulatory compliance, lending, product development and fraud prevention
are just a few of the core business capabilities that depend on
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