Run the bank, change the bank: CTOs juggle needs and wants

Voice of the CTO: In part two of a five-part series, bank technologists explain where firms go wrong when trying to modernize their tech stacks and manage technical debt.

Voice of the CTO

This article is the second in our new, annual examination of the spending plans of bank technology leaders. Part one of this five-part series can be found here.

The goal is to shine a light on opportunities that some of the world’s biggest banks are trying to grasp—and the obstacles that stand in their way. Some of those hurdles are internal—winning support from the business for important-but-unglamorous refits, for example. Others are external, such as the sheer pace of change

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