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Speaker Showcase - Fintech Platforms and Wraps

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

Register today and save $240. 

WHY ATTEND? 
Australia’s ‘must attend’ event for wealth management executives is focused on the recent regulatory changes and the emerging technology and innovation trends shaping the market today.

This year’s agenda is crammed with industry leaders’ key insights on the prominent challenges facing your company. The summit will address questions such as:

 

Date:
Thursday, 4 August -
Friday, 5 August

 

Venue:
Magenta Shores Resort, The Entrance

 

Early Bird Packages Available Now!

 
 
 

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

Confirmed speakers include:

bullet Ray Miles, Executive Chairman, Fortnum
bullet Rod Bristrow, Managing Director & CEO, Infocus and Wealth Management
bullet Graham Evans, Managing Director, GPS Wealth
bullet Kelly Power, Head of Platforms, BT Financial Group
bullet View Full Agenda

Tickets will sell fast so be sure to register at the Early Bird price and save $240.

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

Kind regards,
Josephine Figee
Conference Producer
Money Management | A division of Cirrus Media

 
 
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