Accelerating The Pace Of Innovation Through Partnering.

 
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Change is inevitable

Should You Buy, Build or Collaborate?


More than ever businesses feel the need to innovate to remain relevant, quickly realising that they do not have all the skills and expertise needed to build this change. Partnering is often the best way to address the situation. Until recently the list of possible partners was short and well-defined; today businesses face many more choices than ever before.

Pacemakers was created to professionalise the way businesses identify and engage with the best firms on the planet to acquire, collaborate or partner with.

We provide our clients with the confidence of knowing that their decisions are well-informed, based on high quality ad-hoc research and supported by the experience of real change practitioners. Our approach delivers results.


 

 

Our Process

A Tested Approach That Yields Results


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Core Principles

We Base Our Proposition On Four Pillars


 
 

Our unique capabilities are the result of bringing togther years of experience in leading transformational change in some of the leading global firms and an in-depth engagement with the emerging banking innovation and FinTech ecosystems.

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Our Perspective

We Have Strong Opinions…

 

Unlike many other advisors we have opinions. And we like these to be challenged - so we often write articles and speak publicly.

 

Is the EU the FinTech Superpower?

FinTech Vs Commercial & Investment Banking

Are Bank & FinTech Actually Best Friends?

Is Big Tech The Next Challenger Bank?

Digital transformation in banking

Is it a mission impossible?

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Our Engagements

Some Of Our Most Recent Clients…

 
 
 
Change is the law of life and those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.
— John F. Kennedy
 
 
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