- Nearly 60% of the world’s banks are likely to struggle during an economic downturn.
- The banks’ returns on equity are too low relative to their costs, McKinsey & Company said in a new report.
- The consultancy urged banks to invest in technology and pursue mergers to stay competitive with newer rivals such as Amazon and Google.
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Nearly 60% of the world’s banks are likely to struggle during an economic downturn, McKinsey & Company said in its latest global banking review. It also suggested several ways for them to become more resilient.
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