The Era of Uncertainty: Canadian Banks

What Short-Term Challenges and Long-Term Changes Mean for Financial Institutions

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Macroeconomic and geopolitical concerns are forcing Canadian financial institutions to address issues surrounding consumer financial health, US acquisitions, and a potential fintech flameout. In the long term, open banking, digital transformation, and omnichannel personalization will pose unique challenges.
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Executive Summary

As an economic storm brews, Canadian financial institutions (FIs) must address a long list of concerns and opportunities related to customers’ financial health, scrutiny from US regulators, and a potential fintech collapse. In the long run, open banking, digital transformation, and omnichannel personalization pose a different set of challenges.

Key Question: What do short- and long-term challenges and opportunities mean for Canadian FIs?

KEY STAT: Canada bank technology spending will hit C$9.29 billion ($7.41 billion) in 2022 and rise to over C$12.91 billion ($10.30 billion) by 2026 as banks continue to invest in digital transformation through the economic cycle.

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  1. Executive Summary
  2. Canadian FIs Must Contend with Six Trends
  3. Short-Term Changes
  1. Long-Term Changes
  2. What Should Canadian Banks Do?
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Tyler Brown

Contributors

Matthew Gaughan
Analyst Banking
Tiffani Montez
Principal Analyst, Banking
Daniel Ramirez
Researcher, Financial Services
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