Digital Transformation in Wealth & Asset Management Meet-up 11 October 2016, London
ECN's Meet-up on Digital Transformation in Wealth & Asset Management will gather key individuals and decision makers from ECN's past events to discuss how to make the best use of technologies to improve customer channels, ensuring regulatory readiness and creating operational efficiencies.
Key discussion points include:
Understanding the big picture developments driving digitisation
Knowing what role digitisation can play to improve client reporting, marketing and branding, internal processes, etc.
Build vs. buy – putting together a digitisation strategy, and integrating it into your long- term offering
Change management - overcoming cultural hurdles when implementing new systems
Cross-industry learning - how digital has revolutionised other industries, and how these experiences can inform its adoption in the wealth and asset management space
Putting in place front-end robo adviser technology that understands your risk objectives and goals, and protects your customers
4.00pm Registration, Coffee & Cake
4.30pm Big Name End-user Interview Thought-provoking, insightful, contentious, illuminating, sharing, entertaining...
5.30pm Start of Drinks Reception
5.40pm Speed Networking
6.40pm End of Speed Networking
7.00pm Prize Draw Give-Aways
7.30pm End of Meet-up
Testimonials from our 2016 Conference:
‘The Digital Technology in Asset Management conference brought together some of the brightest minds currently thinking about how to use technology to improve the sale and management of investments to businesses and consumers. A great event, some key learnings and an opportunity to network with many specialists in their fields.’ Alistair Welham, Head of Marketing,AXA Wealth
'In a sector such as financial services, one could argue that innovation and disruption aren't always front of mind. Left untouched for way too long, the industry is waking up, and ECN’s conference gave me hope that we're all going in the right direction.' Mickael Paris, Head of Digital Marketing, Standard Life
Attendance is free for Financial Institutions. A nominal £50 fee is charged to all service providers/advisors. Any profit made from registrations will be donated to charity.