Shanghai, China, May 01, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Song Management Group will look to outsource some of its services as it continues to increase its worldwide client base. "Making sure clients are serviced in a timely cost effective manner without reducing the high levels of service clients have come to expect from us means we will continue to search out sound business practices and events like this give us opportunity to research what is best for both the company and clients." - stated a recent board of directors statement.
Driven by the desire to reduce costs, gain greater access to qualified talents and focus more on core competencies, financial institutions (including banks, insurance companies, securities companies, etc.) have made global outsourcing strategy to enhance their competitiveness. While outsourcing provides benefits and advantages, it brings business risks. How to avoid the obstacles and achieve maximum value of service outsourcing are the main concerns of the executive managers.
Supported by world's leading companies and organizations, with a line-up of senior level decision makers from world famous financial services institutions and major players in the financial services outsourcing industry, Financial Services Outsourcing 2011 mainly focuses on the global sourcing environment, exiting problems of outsourcing, the trend of FSI outsourcing development, legal issues in outsourcing, risk management and other key issues in the financial service outsourcing industry worldwide.
Key Issues of 2011:
Cloud Effects on Outsourcing
The Global FSO Scenario: Current Status and Future Trend
Back Office Outsourcing and Management
Contract Signing and Renegotiation
Share Services Center Management
The Future of Financial KPO
Achieving Maximum Value of Outsourcing
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Song Management Group (www.songmanagementgroup.com) is an established Options and Futures third party advisory brokerage company located in Shanghai, China offering full-service and managed commodity brokerage services.