The finance world is becoming a little less competitive, but it’s not because of Google or Facebook.
It’s because the technology companies and banks have been able to leverage their own strengths to drive up their profits.
That’s the conclusion of a report from a panel of the world’s leading global financial firms.
The report, titled “The rise of the finance super-company”, was commissioned by the world financial services firm Credit Suisse and the investment bank Credit Supt.
It is part of a wider global review of the financial industry.
In a report, Credit Suse, Credit UK and Credit Supta said the global financial industry is becoming more efficient and efficient at driving up returns for shareholders.
The focus is now on making these returns attractive to investors and reducing risk.
They said that as a result, banks have also become less vulnerable to the same risks and pressures that once made them more profitable.
In the end, they said, the business model of the super-companies has become increasingly attractive to regulators.
“We’re seeing a lot more firms taking on risk, and we’re seeing companies trying to become more efficient.
And in doing so, the companies have become less able to take on these riskier activities,” said Credit Suissa chief financial officer Mike Condon.
Cointelegraph’s David Smith reports from New York.