Your bank probably doesn’t want to be called a bank. It doesn’t want to be called a trading firm, an asset manager or a wealth adviser, either. What banks want, in 2019, is to be called technology companies.
When Goldman Sachs famously announced this a few years back, it was—rightly so—regarded as a bit of a marketing ploy. Yes, the bank, and others like it who have since claimed the moniker, employ a vast amount of people in technology and related functions. But the core business of a bank
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