After each Meeting Owen James publish 'The Findings', a document that encapsulates and shares the key issues and topics discussed on the day.
Each section below summarises the different roundtable sessions and covers an array of industry driven topics.
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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.
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.
LOGGING ON AND CHECKING YOUR MONEY IS THE ADULT EQUIVALENT OF SHAKING YOUR PIGGY BANK. HOW DO YOU CONVINCE YOUR CLIENTS TO PAY MORE ATTENTION?
Appropriate digital tools can help to build client trust and improve client engagement. Successful digital solutions need to be designed with client specific needs in mind and wealth managers must build solutions centred on these needs rather than age or demographic. Adopting the correct security measures and maintaining advisor contact are key cornerstones of digital strategy.
Back OfficeBehavioursBig DataData ScienceDigitalEngagementExperienceFintechJourneyManagement InformationMobileOnboardingOnboardingSegementationSocial MediaTrainingTrendsWealth Management and Private Banking
IN A WORLD OF COMPETING PRIORITIES HOW CAN YOU MAKE SURE YOU DON’T LEAVE IT TOO LATE TO COMMIT TO ENHANCING AND DIFFERENTIATING YOUR CUSTOMER EXPERIEN
Differentiating the client experience is crucial in ensuring that traditional wealth managers stay relevant to clients amid challenges from disruptive business models. An innovative client experience should cater for the individual needs of high-net-worth clients while still being able to complement existing business models. Utilising technology, working with suppliers and delivering bespoke client service are all challenges that the wealth industry must conquer in order to deliver unique client experience and retain loyalty.
Artificial IntelligenceBack OfficeBehavioursBig DataBrandData ScienceDigitalEngagementExperienceFintechFront OfficeHNWIJourneyMobileOnboardingOnboardingRiskSecuritySegementationSocial MediaTrainingWealth Management and Private Banking
HUMAN AND DIGITAL – THE HYBRID MODEL. A SOLUTION FOR THOSE WHO CANNOT YET AFFORD FACE TO FACE INVESTMENT ADVICE?
EY’s research leads them to believe that the hybrid model is the way forward when it comes to customer service and financial advice within the wealth management industry. The topic of discussion centred on whether the hybrid model is the future for wealth management.
Artificial IntelligenceBack OfficeBehavioursBig DataClients (type of)Data ScienceDigitalEngagementExperienceFintechFront OfficeManagement InformationMobileOnboardingOnboardingSecuritySegementationSocial MediaTrainingWealth Management and Private Banking
DIGITISING WEALTH MANAGEMENT: WHAT IS THE COMMERCIAL IMPERATIVE OF PERSONALISING YOUR CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE?
The wealth industry recognises that client demand for better digital capabilities is increasing, yet is cautious in adopting these technologies. Delegates acknowledge that suitable digital solutions can act as “enablers” and add value to the client relationship. However, for a successful transition a change of business model, as well as industry mind-set and culture, will be needed.
15 July 2018
Artificial IntelligenceBack OfficeBehavioursBig DataBrandData ScienceDigitalEngagementExperienceFintechManagement InformationMobileOnboardingSecuritySegementationSocial MediaWealth Management and Private Banking
The future of investment advice remains a subject of continued debate following the ever increasing utilisation of digital automation by financial institutions. Ultimately, firms must adopt a balanced service model, determining exactly which elements of the proposition to automate in conjunction with the human element of personal advice and overcome hurdles in terms of legacy IT systems.
Artificial IntelligenceBack OfficeBehavioursBig DataData ScienceDigitalEngagementExperienceFintechJourneyManagement InformationMobileOnboardingOnboardingReputationalSegementationTrendsWealth Management and Private Banking
With increased regulation, rising operational costs and shrinking profit margins, wealth managers are being forced to re-evaluate their internal technology processes and explore new markets for growth to combat margin pressures and capitalise on future market trends.
Artificial IntelligenceBehavioursBig DataCorporate GovernanceCultureData ScienceDigitalEngagementEUEuropeExperienceFintechHNWIManagement InformationOnboardingOnboardingOutsourcingSecuritySocial MediaWealth Management and Private Banking
The science of financial attention is the emerging discipline arising from the convergence of digital data, psychology and experimental science. As the relationship between individuals and financial institutions becomes digitised, utilising client data to revolutionise the client journey, contextualising client data and explaining factors that are pertinent to their investments is key to client engagement.
Leveraging data from two major studies commissioned by Dimensional in 2017, participants will take part in focused discussions covering the actions that global advisory firms are taking to achieve their expected revenue growth now and in the future. Drawing on the study results of 1,300 global advisory firms, and 19,000 advisory firm clients, the discussion will cover business development and the marketing practices that firms report they undertake, and which of these activities yields results.
Artificial intelligence is making rapid inroads into financial services. We are already seeing algorithms taking over the more basic levels of financial advice and they will increasingly be moving up the food-chain, from specific tasks, such as asset allocation, to fully-fledged turnkey solutions. How should client-facing firms adapt to the new model?