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Specific markets: How to accelerate conquest and retention

  • Marketing
  • Publication
  • Retail Banking
  • Trends

The affinity approach is at the heart of the banking market strategy, and it is attracting more and more banks, which see it as a good way of winning over new customers. “The target becomes a group of people with the same expectations in terms of affinity. Different targets with...

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The bank card – What future in a digital world?

  • Marketing
  • Publication
  • Retail Banking

The bank card is the reference means of payment in France. Is the emergence of alternative means of payment likely to call into question the durability of the card?

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PACTE: what contributions and what coherence with MiFID2 and DDA obligations to display fees?

  • Insurance
  • Investment Banking
  • Publication
  • Regulatory And Compliance

The PACTE law adopted by Parliament on 11 April strengthens the ex-ante and ex-post transparency due on life insurance contracts, in line with MiFID2 and DDA.  However, in the absence of sufficient harmonisation between the requirements applicable to the different envelopes – notably CTOs and life insurance policies – the...

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Take-off for our new site

  • Ailancy

Ailancy takes on a new dimension in 2019 and publishes its new website! A new platform in the image of the firm: modern, dynamic and above all at the service of our clients. Indeed, you will find all the Business Insights you need to run your business, classified according to...

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Our new motto: Make it happen!

  • Ailancy
  • Blog

Ailancy has a brand new signature. This is a desire for the firm to underline its service and consultancy offer dedicated to the financial industry, to enable its clients to bring their projects to fruition.

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Outsourcing of banking activities in France: market situation and 5-year trends

  • Efficiencies of organisations
  • Publication
  • Retail Banking
  • Trends

Banking outsourcing is currently limited by banks to activities that are not in their “core business”. However, it is developing rapidly in response to current needs (digital, compliance, efficiency, IT). The banking outsourcing market is expected to grow by around 10% per year over the next 3 to 5 years.

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Insurance comparators: the challenges of a tripartite relationship

  • Distribution
  • Insurance
  • Marketing
  • Publication

Insurance comparators appeared in France in 2005-2006, following the model of other types of online comparators. This model, which is widespread in Anglo-Saxon countries, is characterised by a central position within a tripartite relationship. At the service of the end customer but also of its partners, the insurance comparator must...

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PACTE and the internal portability of life insurance policies: what strategy to adopt?

  • Insurance
  • Investment Banking
  • Publication
  • Regulatory And Compliance

The total transferability of life insurance policies between insurers was ultimately rejected by Parliament in favour of a simple internal portability of policies within the same insurer. The temptation is great to see this partial portability as a simple technical provision with little impact on the insurer, who would retain...

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