Case | HBS Case Collection | November 1996 (Revised September 1997)

BancZero New Product Development

by Marco Iansiti and Alberto Moel

Abstract

The Mexico City office of a large U.S. bank is asked by clients to develop currency swaps, a derivative financial product. This case deals with the new product development process in financial services, and the problems and issues that are raised in product development in a volatile environment.

Keywords: Product Development; Banks and Banking; Financial Instruments; Situation or Environment; Problems and Challenges; Risk and Uncertainty; Volatility; Banking Industry; Mexico City; United States;

Citation:

Iansiti, Marco, and Alberto Moel. "BancZero New Product Development." Harvard Business School Case 697-044, November 1996. (Revised September 1997.)