Banking and Financial Services (BFS) companies have led the market when it comes to GBS model adoption. However, external market conditions, including the geopolitical environment, great resignation, talent shortage, and inflationary pressures have made finding talent and achieving enterprises’ growth aspirations a struggle for BFS GBS organizations.
To meet the surge in demand for talent, BFS GBS organizations are expanding their locations and sourcing portfolios with a “more is better” approach by searching out various talent supply models and locations across offshore, nearshore, and onshore geographies.
Join our exclusive GBS Leadership Exchange virtual roundtable, “More is Better” | Location and Sourcing Strategy for BFS GBS, on Thursday, September 22, 2022, 8:30-10 am EDT / 6-7:30 pm IST.
What you will take away
In this collaborative session, you’ll come away with new insights from our experts and your peers as you exchange perspectives on locations and sourcing strategies, including:
- How BFS GBS peers are responding to the “systems of growth” thinking, especially in a tough talent market
- How location strategies are evolving to achieve desired growth
- How global events are shaping the location strategies of BFS GBS peers
- How sourcing strategies are being optimized to meet cost savings, growth, and innovation targets
- Which areas – technology or operations – are seeing the most changes, and how fast are these changes being implemented
Who should attend?
- GBS leaders
- GBS strategy leaders
- GBS site leaders
- GBS workforce strategy leaders
Virtual Roundtable Guidelines
This event is available to our GBS Leadership Exchange members only. The only price of admission is participation. Attendees should be prepared to share their experiences and be willing to engage in discourse.
Participation is limited to enterprises (no service providers), and Everest Group must approve each attendance request to ensure an appropriate size and mix of participants. The sessions are 90 minutes in duration and include introductions, a short presentation, and a facilitated discussion.