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The Third Annual Wealth Management Forum 2018:

Wealth Tech – Innovation in Wealth Management

The forum aims to discuss both the theoretical and practical aspects and to encourage the dialogue between academia and practice.

Date: Thursday 25 October 2018, 3:45-7:00 pm
Lieu: Regent’s University London, Inner Circle, NW1 4NS
Delegates: students, academics and practitioners

This event is an opportunity for academics, students and industry practitioners to discuss current trends in wealth management and to network with peers from the industry. Invited Participants include academics from UK and international universities and wealth management experts from leading firms such as banks, research firms, asset management companies, wealth managers and technology platforms. The debate will explore current issues of financial market and its effect on the UK and global economy, in particular the role of technology in wealth management.

Opening Remarks by Dean Prof. Michael Luger; Presentations by academics; Networking; Panel discussion with market professionals from the wealth management industry, asset management and tech firms.


3:45-4:15 pm: Registration and Reception

4:15-4:30 pm Opening by Dean Prof. Michael Luger

4:30 – 5:45 pm: Individual Presentations:

Jacob Papageorgiou, Head Of Marketing at London Block Exchange; “Is Crypto a real diversifier?

Jean-Bernard Tanqueray, Finlight / wealthtech start up: “From strip your banker to finlight

Nikos Nitsas, Regent's University London: “Business ethics in wealth management - challenges in an innovative industry?”

Chad Atwal, Senior Consultant, NLPFM: “The View from the traditional wealth management industry”

Andrew Garfield, PR Expert and entrepreneur: “Communication Aspects in Wealth Management”

5:45-6:00 pm: Coffee / Tea Break

6:00 – 6:55 pm: Panel discussion with Jacob Papageorgiou, Jean-Bernard Tanqueray,; Nikos Nitsas; Chad Atwal; Andrew Garfield, PR Expert.Moderator: Dr Jacob H Schmidt

6:55 pm: Closing remarks by Professor Gianfranco A. Vento, Professor of Banking & Finance, Regent’s University London

For more details please contact: Dr Jacob H Schmidt, Module Leader, Wealth Management & Senior Lecturer in Finance, Regent’s University London, schmidtj@regents.ac.uk



3:45-4:15 pm: Registration and Reception

4:15-4:30 pm Opening by Dean Prof. Michael Luger

4:30 – 5:45 pm: Individual Presentations:

Jacob Papageorgiou, Head Of Marketing at London Block Exchange; “Is Crypto a real diversifier?

Jean-Bernard Tanqueray, Finlight / wealthtech start up: “From strip your banker to finlight

Nikos Nitsas, Regent's University London: “Business ethics in wealth management - challenges in an innovative industry?”

Chad Atwal, Senior Consultant, NLPFM: The View from the traditional Wealth management industry”

Andrew Garfield, PR Expert and entrepreneur: “Communication Aspects in Wealth Management”

5:45-6:00 pm: Coffee / Tea Break

6:00 – 6:55 pm: Panel discussion with Jacob Papageorgiou, Jean-Bernard Tanqueray, Nikos Nitsas, Chad Atwal, Andrew Garfield. Moderator: Dr Jacob H Schmidt

6:55 pm: Closing remarks by Professor Gianfranco A. Vento, Professor of Banking & Finance, Director of the Centre for Banking & Finance, Regent’s University London

This event is an opportunity for academics, students and industry practitioners to discuss current trends in wealth management and to network with peers from the industry. Invited Participants include academics from UK and international universities and wealth management experts from leading firms such as banks, research firms, asset management companies, wealth managers and technology platforms. The debate will explore current issues of financial market and its effect on the UK and global economy, in particular the role of technology in wealth management. The forum aims to discuss both the theoretical and practical aspects and to encourage the dialogue between academia and practice.

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