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Digitalization and fiduciary movements are both trending at the exact same time within the wealth advice space, creating new technology requirements and opportunities.
Being smart is getting tougher with time. Data is becoming increasingly cheap, open and accessible. Making the data work not only for its narrow purpose, but for the purpose of understanding the business.
A smarter approach to inherently build trust framework in every element of finance could make regulation invisible but omnipresent.
Is it possible to effectively apply the blockchain technology to support in a cost-effective way any compliance aspect on the personal data protection field? The presented use case shows a possible solution for solving the issue with management of consents to use personal data.
Most financial advisors are in a state of denial about robo-advice. They say clients value the human touch or need real people to understand the nuances of their financial lives. They’re wrong.
Wealth management operations should inevitably establish digital technologies into their performance spectrum. In doing so, the key to success is to address customers across multiple channels
Companies including Google, Fitbit, Pfizer are heavily investing in developing new biometric sensors. Combined with Machine Learning, the information from these sensors can be used for different purposes
Insufficient public safety measures; coupled with improved economic climate and a booming construction industry, has facilitated the rise in the global requirement for real-time regulatory compliance and best-practice.
Ever get a little bit tired of all the hype, buzzwords, egos, etc. that come with the fintech territory? My cure – spend five minutes chatting with Susanne Chishti. Her energy and passion for the space will jump start your own enthusiasm for digital disruption (I had to throw in a buzzword phrase).