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These firms are also regarded as innovators or pioneers within their sector and try to maintain differentiation through continuous improvement. Transnational restructurers are characterized by a strong corporate image and high levels of product and service quality. They also have a worldwide geographic presence and a broad segment scope, and are involved in most product-market segments. The primary objective of these firms is to achieve a worldwide leader position by growing the business via domestic and international mergers and acquisitions.
The fourth and final global strategy was quasi-global players. In many respects this is similar to global shapers, but firms adopting this strategy tend to be relatively more focused in terms of both their geographic scope and their portfolio of activities. For example, Deutsche Bank was traditionally involved in commercial and investment banking, and insurance. However, deregulation and the commensurate increase in competition have brought about a change in its competitive profile, which is now more concentrated on investment banking and corporate commercial banking.
In many respects this is similar to global shapers, but firms adopting this strategy tend to be relatively more focused in terms of both their geographic scope and their portfolio of activities. For example, Deutsche Bank was traditionally involved in commercial and investment banking, and insurance. However, deregulation and the commensurate increase in competition have brought about a change in its competitive profile, which is now more concentrated on investment banking and corporate commercial banking.