Advisory services: Oliver Wyman

The consultancy has built a reputation for analytical excellence and governance expertise

Dominik Weh
Dominik Weh, Oliver Wyman
Photo: Oliver Wyman

Central banks are expected to keep pace with the rapid changes under way in the financial sector, which means constantly improving their own risk assessments, technology platforms, governance structures and ways of working. Although official institutions have plenty of expertise built up in their own staff, there are times when turning to trusted advisers is essential to gain a technical edge, or simply a fresh perspective on how to tackle new challenges.

In this, Oliver Wyman stands out. The

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