The role of the CIO has historically been quite clear: being a ‘receiver of demands’ from the business and keeping the ship running was considered a success. Straight forward right? Not any more!

Increased regulation, advances in technology and a broader field of competitors has heightened a CIO’s profile and brought them to the forefront of a financial services firm’s leadership team.
CIOs are now more rounded business leaders, often with a line directly into the CEO and play a key part in an organisation reaching its strategic goals.

Helen Vowls, director within the global CIO and COO practice leading the retail financial services division in London, shares key insights within her latest whitepaper.

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