Annual Study of Large Bank Investment Services Firms
- Focused on banks with more than 25 advisors
- Key trends and performance benchmarks
- Covers calendar year 2023
2023–2024 Large Bank Investment Services Firms Study (Coming in April 2024)
The Study is a narrative report that identifies the most important trends in the data.
- The Annual Large Bank Study is considered a go-to resource for information on the most important trends impacting firms with more than 25 advisors.
- The findings contained in the Annual Large Bank Study frequently achieve you-heard-it-here-first status—these are the issues your business will be grappling with in the coming year.
- Covers year-over-year changes in business mix, production, and profitability; revenue penetration; advisor coverage; advisor productivity; and acquisition of new assets.
The Dashboard is a matrix of 50 different performance metrics tracked in the survey.
- The Dashboard is used by executive management in bank investment services firms with more than 25 advisors to assess the strengths and weaknesses of the business , and to identify strategies for growth.
- We hear from many large banks who purchase the Dashboard every year that it has become one of the most important tools they use during planning season.
- The Dashboard is such a powerful tool that it often forms the foundation of the full-service consulting we have performed for dozens of the largest bank investment programs.
|Product & Service Providers
|2023-2024 Large Bank Study
|2023-2024 Large Bank Dashboard
|Study and Dashboard Package
Questions? Looking for a prior year’s study? Contact Reserach@kehrergroup.com.
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Investment Services Surveys
Learn more about how we report our benchmarking survey findings to best reflect the different structures of the 3,000 financial-institution-based firms providing investment advice.