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Early Bird packages are now available to Money Management's 2016 FinTech Platforms & Wraps –the Future of Wealth Management Technology.

WHY ATTEND? Investment Trends will be delving into their latest research that highlights the crucial factors impacting the future of wealth management and technology, including:

bullet Future client engagement trends
bullet Innovative processes in the advice space
bullet What makes a top-ranking platform -
2016 & beyond

Thursday, 4 August -
Friday, 5 August


Magenta Shores Resort, The Entrance


Early Bird Packages Available Now!



This year’s agenda is crammed with industry leaders’ key insights on the symbiotic relationship between FinTech disruptors and traditional wealth management players, which makes it a must-attend event for those looking to stay ahead of the pack.

Confirmed speakers include:
bullet Recep Peker III, Head of Research Wealth Management, Investment Trends
bullet Greg Tanzer, Commissioner, ASIC
bullet Andrew Connors, Director & Co-founder, Fincast
bullet Andrew Ward, Managing Director, SelfWealth
bullet Ray Miles, Executive Chairman, Fortnum
bullet Rod Bristrow, Managing Director & CEO, Infocus and Wealth Management
bullet Graham Evans, Managing Director, GPS Wealth
bullet Paul Harding-Davis, Head of Advice and CEO, Premium Wealth Management
bullet View Full Agenda

Tickets are selling fast so be sure to join us in August and secure your pass today!

Please let me know if you have any questions or would like to refer a colleague.

Kind regards,
Chloe Davis
Event Manager
Money Management | A division of Cirrus Media


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