Gen Y

Banking on the future: What is your bank doing to remain relevant?

It is no surprise, that in our third Banking on the Future report, for the 1,400 KPMG Gen Y professionals interviewed, a digital experience remains the most coveted bank attribute

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Diversity and Inclusion: a millennial perspective – not jaded by the past

Generation Y – or millennials – expect diversity and equality. We walk into an office and expect to be challenged by our employers, expect to work with the best minds…

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Virtual Consultancies: Paradise for Gen Y

While riding in an Uber taxi to my AirBnB, browsing eBay and listening to Spotify, we wonder what professional service firms will look like in the future.

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Y Gen Y? This is Y…

Apparently, because we were born between 1981 and 1999, we are millennials. We are also called Generation Y, which makes more sense because when we look at how businesses are…

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I want it all and I want it now: banking on the future

Generations X and Y will dominate banking and finance for the next decades with their share of financial assets. At just 36 percent in 2010 their financial assets are estimated…

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