Financial Product Development
Financial Product Development deals with the initial concept development (sometimes called "ideation"), market analysis, product documentation development, internal approval and regulatory registration for new products launched by Financial Services companies (e.g., banks, insurers, investment managers, etc.). Financial products may include credit cards, insurance coverage, investment products (e.g., exchange traded funds, etc.), savings accounts and deposit accounts. Product Development teams, product managers and line of business executives coordinate to conduct full-scale cost/benefit and market analysis to determine if the product is viable. If the product is approved internally, documentation is compiled and submitted to regulatory agencies for approval. If the product is approved by the appropriate regulatory bodies, the teams must then prepare for a full-scale market launch.
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