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Your exclusive look at Money Managements Fintech, Platforms & Wraps Conference 2016

MM Leaders


As you would know, Money Management has established a strong reputation for the quality of content and speakers at its annual Platforms and Wraps conference.

With the rapidly developing market for FinTech, Australia’s financial services industry is set to move up a gear in 2016.

It is therefore with great pleasure that I can announce the outstanding agenda for our 2016 conference FinTech, Platforms & Wraps – The Future of Wealth Management Technology is set down for Magenta Shores on the 4th & 5th of August 2016.

The conference agenda will closely examine the platform choices now confronting wealth managers and whether the significant investments made by the major banks and other key players are paying off.

The event will also include exclusive research insights from Investment Trends and examine digital disruption, developments in the inclusion of SMAs on platforms, the delivery of post-retirement products and, as always, closely examine evolving Government policy and regulation.

The conference will address questions such as:

  • Have platforms evolved sufficiently to cater for a changed wealth industry?
  • What are the opportunities robo-advice offers to wealth managers?
  • Who is setting the pace in platform delivery and development?
  • How are regulatory changes affecting platforms?
  • What are the next steps and opportunities in FinTech beyond platforms and wraps?

This event provides you with the opportunity to gain insights on real-world strategies, hear the latest on emerging technologies, make valuable contacts and identify your next steps to success.

Please visit to view the agenda.

Tickets will sell fast for this event, please express you interest to attend here.

On behalf of the team of Money Management, I look forward to seeing you there.

Josephine Figee
Conference Producer
Money Management


Tower 2, Level 3, 475 Victoria Avenue Chatswood NSW 2067 Australia.
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