Likhit Wagle, IBM's global leader for banking and financial markets
Banks will be forced to make profound changes to their business strategies- and their technology - to prop up their return on equity. However, messy and conflicting legacy IT systems have developed into a 'hairball' that threatens to choke banks' efforts to streamline. Writer Phil Jones
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