WORK WITHIN THE FINTECH DISRUPTION TO CAPTURE A NEW, MORE LUCRATIVE MARKET
Low–cost robo–advisors, blockchain–based systems, new business models and a proliferation of direct–to–client applications are already affecting the wealth management sector. This trend will only grow as global wealth continues to increase, and new technologies such as big data analytics, artificial intelligence and distributed ledger technologies enable entirely new and more cost–effective and client–responsive approaches to wealth management. The WealthTech Book helps savvy practitioners join the digital evolution of the financial services industry, with a comprehensive resource for competing in the new paradigm.
- Learn the latest developments in wealth management technology
- Examine the insights of cutting–edge scientists and practitioners
- Explore new approaches to analytics, data mining and more
- Understand market dynamics and the future of wealth management
- Future–proof your career with fintech innovation
The movement toward digitization along the entire wealth management value chain is not going away, and traditional approaches are already floundering as wealth management becomes more accessible, affordable and eponymous. The WealthTech Book provides investors, advisors and finance visionaries with an invaluable resource for tapping the huge customer potential of this rising market.
SUSANNE CHISHTI is the Founder and CEO of FINTECH Circle and the FINTECH Circle Institute, the leading peer–to–peer learning platform providing in–person and online courses across fintech enterprise innovation, WealthTech, InsurTech, artificial intelligence and blockchain applications in finance, crypto–currencies and startup methodologies. As Co–Editor of the global Bestseller The FinTech Book, she has been selected as a "City Innovator Inspirational Woman" after working for 15 years across Deutsche Bank, Lloyds Banking Group, Morgan Stanley Investment Management and Accenture in London and Hong Kong.
THOMAS PUSCHMANN is Founder and Director of the Swiss FinTech Innovation Lab at the University of Zurich and member of the Swiss Innovation Council Innosuisse. Before his current position, Thomas was heading a large international financial services research project at the Universities of St. Gallen and Leipzig and was a visiting scholar at the MIT Sloan School of Management. He is an advisor for many strategic national and international initiatives and an advisory board member of various institutions.