Key financial services industries

A spotlight on capital markets and FMI, banking and payments, wealth and asset management and insurance.

Exclusive focus on
financial services

In business, as in life, we should focus on what we do best. Projective (Belgium) was established in 2006 as a consultancy to help clients respond to rapid and momentous changes to the regulatory framework of the financial services sector. Practical solutions were put into action by small teams of experienced professionals.

Almost two decades later Projective Group remains true to that original goal. Our focus on the financial services sector is what sets us apart from other consultancies. The Group is recognised today as a vastly experienced change leader within the industry with a talent base of more than 1000+ and incorporating specialist practices in data, payments, risk and compliance, transformation and talent.

Our expertise

Capital markets and the financial market infrastructure are undergoing rapid and revolutionary change. Against a backdrop of increased regulatory demands and growing customer expectations we help clients to extract the best from these changes.

Within the financial services sector, banking and payments is evolving at an accelerating pace. Digitisation plays an ever more significant role in how we complete our transactions and electronic payments are at the forefront of this revolution.

The wealth and asset management industries are going through turbulent times with financial services organisations having to battle increasingly onerous regulatory changes, a shifting economic landscape and increased customer demands. Projective Group is here to support clients to survive and thrive in this harsh environment.

Financial services are an important and influential sector of the European economy and insurance one of the major services within the sector. Innovative technologies, greater competition and increased customer demands are some of the challenges facing organisations in a sector that is also troubled by challenging economic conditions.