IT & Digital Transformation for ALM Treasury department

Client Needs & Objectives

Evolving in a more and more competitive and regulated environment which requires a better agility, our client had the ambition to go through a transformation to adapt to both its internal and external clients needs

The digital transformation plan is therefore an opportunity to invest and improve the bank value and relies on 4 pillars:

  • Data Architecture – rationalization and reliability of the data framework
  • Client Focus & User Experience – digital solutions such as dashboarding / cockpit
  • Services & Operational Efficiency – SOA approach with microservices and API, automation and process optimization
  • End-to-End Trade Processing – review and modernization of assets

Our Approach

1. Identification of transformation levers

  • Understand current and future strategy and business model
  • Measure the adequacy of the IT applications and service with the business and operations expectations
  • Validate the first levers of transformation

2. Design and ROI assessment

  • Define the IT strategy responding to business and operational challenges
  • Define the target organization and application landscape
  • Evaluate the ROI of the various initiatives (decommissioning, synergies, smartsourcing…)

3. Roadmap & Communication

  • Define the implementation roadmap
  • Validate the deployment and decommissioning strategy
  • Initiate the first actions of communication and Change Management
  • Structure the project portfolio governance and prepare for implementation

Main Deliverables


Client Benefits & Main Results

Rationalization and better reliability of the data framework with compliance to new regulatory requirements

Client services and user experience enhanced thanks to digital solutions

Agility, flexibility and better time-to-market with a service-oriented approach and enhanced operational efficiency

End-to-end trade processing improvement with a microservices oriented approach

Significant cost reduction