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Robo-advice: Is this the future?

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With the rapid adoption of digital technologies by consumers, the financial services sector needs to rapidly evolve in order to stay connected with Australians.

A fundamental change is already happening in the financial services sector, as technology automates the delivery of financial advice. This will change the way in which financial services products and services are delivered in the future.

At Money Managements Platforms and Wraps Conference there will be an insightful and robust discussion, as five leading industry experts discuss robo-advice and the challenges this presents to the industry, such as:

  • How robo-advice will impact the financial services sector in Australia
  • Overseas trends
  • Challenges, threats and opportunities
  • Costs involved
  • Compliance
  • Ways in which the industry needs to adapt and evolve with this change.

To register for Money Management’s Platforms and Wraps conference at the Early Bird price and save $400.00, click here. Hurry - Early bird closes on two weeks!

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Robo-Advice Expert Panel:

Wade Matterson
Practice Leader



Chris Brycki
Founder and CEO


Kelly P

Kelly Power
Head of Platform Products
BT Financial Group

Indy Singh
Managing Director


Ian Dunbar
Founder and Managing Director FinDigital



Event details
When: 30 – 31 July
Networking Golf: 29 July
Where: Magenta Shores Resort, The Entrance
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