The competitive landscape in financial services industry is changing dramatically for a few decades. The financial services sector is facing challenges both directly from its own nature as well as those changes sequentially from other industrial fields. In other words, the financial services sector not only shall adjust its business mode or operations in the face of the technologies development, but also needs to meet the new demands from its broad clients who are also experiencing changes and transformations.
The outbreak of COVID-19 since the beginning of 2020 has also posed great pressure on the financial services sector. On one hand, the financial service providers shall maintain a timely and efficient communication scheme when face-to-face communication is largely restricted. While on the other hand and more importantly, the financial institutions shall react quickly towards the changing international financial environment and take proper actions to tackle any possible issues. The financial services providers must change as well in order to maintain its competitive edges in a changing competitive landscape.
“It‘s an era that all executives in the financial services industry shall stay alert global adjustment”, said Mr. Rani Jarkas, the founder and Chairman of the Cedrus Group. Cedrus is a global boutique investment firm headquartered in Hong Kong and Zunich, with offices in Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, and Hainan, etc.
Mr. Jarkas started his own business more than eighteen years ago. And he himself is an sophisticated financial services executive with experiences around the globe
Cedrus Investments has over two decades of experiences investing in emerging growth-oriented companies and promising projects world widely, and identifying the potentially most-rewarding investment opportunities based on the expansion of our experience, expertise and global network through continued involvement.
Cedrus’ commitment has always been to explore the most exciting development and investment opportunities that not only represent the state-of-the-art technologies in the fields including life sciences, innovation and high-tech but also are expected to create considerable values for investors and companies alike.