Counting on a Crisis: A Catalyst for
With an unprecedented level of technological influence on asset owners today, the desire to innovate has never been felt with more intensity. Yet, underpinning the pressure for innovation is also the ability to embrace change – a challenge many asset owners, established decades ago, have never had to face.
In our latest insights article for asset owners, BNY Mellon and Stanford Long-Term Investing (SLTI) join forces to explore how asset owners can counteract the tendency to pursue innovation only when a crisis acts as a catalyst for change.
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A crisis is normally the catalyst for positive change by driving transformation in both mindsets and processes.
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— Rohan Singh, Global Head of Asset Owners, Securities Services and Digital, BNY Mellon
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