FINDINGS FROM WEALTH MANAGEMENT & PRIVATE BANKING - JUNE 2015

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  • WILL IT BE YOU OR THE ALGORITHM?

    Improvements in artificial intelligence and the growing use of algorithms are beginning to alter the way financial advice is delivered to end-clients. Just how far reaching digital adoption and the impact of automation will be on advisor client relationships remains to be seen, but the wealth industry must ensure they are at the forefront of digital adoption.

    15 July 2018James Goad

  • THE FUTURE OF REGTECH, FINTECH AND WEALTHTECH: HOW SHOULD WEALTH MANAGEMENT FIRMS BE USING THIS DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGY TO THEIR ADVANTAGE?

    Wealth management as an industry is behind the retail banking sector when it comes to data. The opportunity exists for firms to improve internal efficiencies through the use of technology but the challenge of getting this to the top of the business priorities list is significant. It is crucial that the industry understands the benefits of disruptive technology and how to use this to drive competitive advantage.

    15 July 2018James Goad

  • SUSTAINABLE INVESTING: ENOUGH TALKING, START INVESTING

    The efficacy and motivation for sustainable investing is beginning to grow amongst global investors, with real and quantifiable financial implications. Once seen a niche segment for ideological investors, the incorporation of sustainable considerations into investment decisions is now becoming a mainstream phenomenon and wealth managers must be well placed to advice their clients.

    15 July 2018James Goad

  • SO ARE YOU PROVIDING YOUR CLIENTS WITH VALUE FOR MONEY?

    As clients begin to look beyond performance as the defining factor in their relationship with wealth advisors, a more transparent and progressive fee structure, focusing on ways to add real value, is the way forward for the industry. It is essential that wealth managers are evaluating progressive strategies to deliver value for money.

    15 July 2018James Goad

  • REPUTATION AND BRAND – SLOW TO BUILD AND QUICK TO ERODE – CRISIS MANAGEMENT SCENARIO PLANNING

    There are multiple external and internal factors feeding into a company’s brand, marketing communications and brand crisis management. These factors, for example data security breaches or employee dismissal cases are likely to rise up the ladder of importance for wealth managers. Firms need to be ready and prepared to go through various scenarios.

    15 July 2018James Goad

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