Owen James and The Wealth Mosaic have collaborated to create a series of triannual events for key decision makers from the Private Wealth industry.
Technology is core to the future wealth management model but, in an increasingly specialist technology environment, wealth managers must engage with a deeper knowledge and understanding of what technology is available and can deliver across the three main areas of their business; their clients, their advisers and staff and their business.
WealthTech Matters will focus on three themes and will discover and discuss technology solutions that solve key challenges facing their business. The year will then conclude with Owen James' flagship event Meeting of Minds - Technology in Financial Services.
Who Will Be in the Room?..
Each event will bring together COOs, CTOs, CIOs and their teams from the top Wealth Managers, Private Banks, DFMs, Advisers and MFOs.
The Client - 10/3/2020
How you find and engage prospects, onboard, manage and service clients efficiently and profitably is changing. Learn what technology tools are doing in these areas.
The Adviser/Employee - 24/09/2020
Please note this event was due to take place on Thursday 18 June but was postponed due to COVID-19.
A wide range of technology now exists to increase the efficiency, speed and effectiveness of your employees. Learn what technology tools can do for your employees.
The Business - 11/11/2020
Wealth Management firms are challenged by multiple themes but also have significant opportunities available to them. Learn what role technology has to play here.
If you would like to find out more about these events, do please call John Hall on 01483 861334 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What to Expect:
See the event in action - below is a video from The Client - our event that took place in March:
- 10 Jun 2021
This Meeting brings together the CEOs and CIOs of the private banks and the larger wealth management firms. Its goal is to address the key strategic issues affecting these businesses and the industry as a whole. Obviously the world has been through a cataclysm which has affected all our lives - there is a lot to discuss.
- 12 Oct 2021
The Berkeley Hotel, Wilton Place, Knightsbridge, London, SW1X 7RL
- 18 Nov 2021
The Berkeley Hotel
The Berkeley Hotel, Wilton Place, Knightsbridge, London
Findings from WealthTech Matters
This session gave some perspectives on the impact of recent events on how the wealth management industry are addressing digital challenges based upon the insight on Accenture’s clients’ experiences and a survey of around 50 European and Asian Private Banks and wealth managers. The discussion was split into three areas: 1. Impact of recent events 2. Evolution into this new world – “Post” Covid 3. Potential winning moves to 2025
Even before Covid there were tremendous cost income pressures – we have barely touched the tip of the iceberg of some of the likely influences that will enhance these pressures – Mifid II increased transparency for fees, and we haven’t even seen the full outcome of that yet. As an industry – despite what we say about brand and client service, we have a problem with lack of differentiation – are products innovative? In many cases, they are par for the course. Some firms have been stagnant in terms of organic growth – the response to the Owen James scene-setter survey shows firms are concerned about client acquisition as one of the key focus areas. And now in the Covid world, nothing has fundamentally changed – yes, we have got a little better with some digital engagement with clients, and some implementations have accelerated, but the needs of firms and clients have not changed.
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1. PLUGGING INTO THE MILLENNIAL OPPORTUNITY – HOW CAN WE GET THEM MORE ENGAGED IN FINANCIAL SERVICES?
VICE teamed up with OWEN JAMES EVENTS to put together a series of breakfast briefings for Chief Marketing Officers / Directors from across the financial services sector. The objective was to work through the challenges we face winning the hearts and minds of the Millennials and explore whether we can spark some innovative thinking around finding practical, innovative ideas to get Millennials engaged with financial services.
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30 March 2017
If I was only allowed to go to one conference in the year, it would be the Meeting of Minds