Monetary policy throughout the s made the business cycle worse. The Great Boom and the Great Recession of the s could not have occurred without the destabilizing policies of the Federal Reserve.
Cutter Associates Acquires MyPrivateBanking It is with great excitement that we announce that MyPrivateBanking has been acquired by leading wealth and asset management research and consulting firm, Cutter Associates, under our wealth management offering, Cutter Wealth. The Cutter Wealth platform, launched inprovides insights for a wealth management industry undergoing an unprecedented rate of change and innovation.
We help wealth managers make smart decisions about technology and operations in an everchanging industry landscape.
MyPrivateBanking is a well-respected organization that has focused on research and analysis on how wealth managers and financial services firms develop their digital offerings to best serve existing customers and to win new clients. Their research offers strategic insights and actionable recommendations in comprehensive reports with highly granular benchmarking of industry trends and individual firm performance.
This will provide more robust research and insights that aim to help you as you develop and transform your business strategy for our evolving digital world. The Cutter Wealth and MyPrivateBanking teams are excited to begin this new chapter together, and we hope you will join us on this journey.The "Improving Customer Experience in Banking" report shares the results of a global survey done to determine the CX maturity of banks and credit unions.
Congress created the Federal Reserve System in to tame the business cycle once and for all. Optimists believed central banking would moderate booms, soften busts, and place the economy on a steady trajectory of economic growth.
Why Read This Report. To stay relevant to customers, digital banking strategy executives need to deliver useful and usable mobile banking services that not only exceed customers' current expectations but also anticipate their future needs and improve their financial well-being.
The economists of the Philadelphia Fed's Research Department conduct research in a number of areas. They disseminate their research through a variety of publications that cover topics on banking and financial markets, forecasting, and the regional economy.
The New York Fed provides a wide range of payment services for financial institutions and the U.S. government. The New York Fed offers the Central Banking Seminar and several specialized courses for central bankers and financial supervisors. The Halle Institute for Economic Research, together with scholars associated with the IBRN, launched the International Banking Library, which offers access to data sources, theoretical and empirical research on global banking themes, and information on regulatory initiatives.