International Banking. students may incorporate material from class discussions, but each submission must incorporate the student’s own viewpoints in his/her own words. Appropriate citations are critical! Case analysis/evaluation may be no less than 10 pages long (double-spaced) and must be presente-d in Case Study format.
The questions posed in case studies are meant to guide you in developing an analytical framework that you must present in a case report. Usually you can incorporate your responses to the questions in sections C and D described below. I cannot prescribe a single outline or template, but I can identify “building blocks” that are essential to building a logical structure that will stand up to critical scrutiny, and serve as a useful guide to presenting the results of your in depth case analysis. Essential building blocks and structure may be as follows.
How has the digital disruption revolutionized the banking sector? Secondly, What are the advantages and disadvantages of new digital technologies for banks? Also What are ING’s current strengths and weaknesses. Then What opportunities and threats is the bank facing?
What should ING do to respond to and take advantage of the radical changes that has disrupted and will likely further disrupt the banking sector in the future. What specific initiatives should Hamers prioritize in relation to the investment that he recently revealed to investors? How will the digital disruption affect ING’s further internationalization?