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Martin McInnis
Financial Services Writer

Martin McInnis is a seasoned business professional with expertise in finance, accounting, information technology and operations. He holds Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA,CMA) and Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)designations as well as a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Saskatchewan Edwards School of Business in Computer Science (honours).

Martin has traveled to Mongolia and to Uganda as a volunteer to assist credit unions in those countries and has a passion for helping ohers succeed. He is a systems thinker with an exceptional ability to break complex issues and problems down to understandable and manageable components. McInnis has a strong interest in thinking about the future and how business should be preparing itself now to maximize success as new technologies and events unfold.

Financial data analytics play a significant role in effective capital allocation

February 26, 2016 | by Martin McInnis, Financial Services Writer
Capital requirements for banks and financial services organizations are increasing, and it is vital to effectively deploy that capital to ensure appropriate returns are achieved. Measuring returns on capital on a risk-adjusted basis is necessary. Risk-adjusted KPIs and financial data analytics are...
Optimizing strategic financial planning through big data and analytics

Optimizing strategic financial planning through big data and analytics

November 30, 2015 | by Martin McInnis, Financial Services Writer
The financial services industry is extremely competitive. Strategic financial planning is key to survival and long-term success. A robust approach to organizational analytics helps businesses uncover opportunities for increased automation and efficiency.
Profitability analysis: Rearview mirrors, windshields and gas pedals

Profitability analysis: Rearview mirrors, windshields and gas pedals

October 1, 2015 | by Martin McInnis, Financial Services Writer
Predictive product and customer profitability analysis techniques get a significant boost from big data and analytics. So much so that the lines blur between the phases of the traditional "Plan, Do, Study, Act" cycle outlined by Dr. Edwards Deming.