How to use the TOGAF framework to structurally improve the Finance & Risk function

Aron Kalsbleek

Principal Consultant - Finance & Risk Transformation Practice, The Netherlands

Wealth Management

Every transformation program involves 3 key steps prior to execution: defining the target state vision, assessing the current state and drawing the solution roadmap to achieve the target state. The solution roadmap is required to cover all aspects of the problems identified in the current state assessment exercise. While many solutions have been broadly tried with their own merits and demerits, TOGAF has proven itself to be holistic especially for the banking domain, with a possibility of tailoring and adapting to the specific needs and areas of improvement for each organization. On that note, we would like to further dive into the various TOGAF pillars, key best practices with the maximum impact from our experience, and how they address the key challenges faced within the F&R domain.

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How to use the TOGAF framework to structurally improve the Finance & Risk function

A structural improvement is only possible with a holistic framework, known as The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF), that brings all the parts together to support and advance the Finance & Risk transformation.

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