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Platforms and Wraps Conference 2015 - Opening Keynote Announced

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Opening Keynote Announced

Digital disruption: a threat or opportunity?
This month’s Money Management Platforms/Wraps conference will challenge delegates with the latest trends and developments in digital innovation and disruption in the financial sectors sector.

Recognised thought leader and digital innovator, Williams, will confront delegates in his opening keynote presentation by asking whether digital disruption is a threat or opportunity.

More importantly, he will question what this means for platform/wrap providers and whether their market position is being placed at risk by rapidly advancing technology and financial product development. will also discuss the following:

  • What is the threat and opportunity of digital disruption in wealth management?
  • The digital investor’s expectations and technology use
  • Technology trends: Cloud, mobile, social, data and algorithmic advice in wealth management
  • Technology futures
  • Orchestrating investors’ experiences
  • Execution in a rapidly changing world.

Join and other digital disruption experts, including Paul Greenberg, Co-founder DeadlsDirect.com and Russell Medcraft, Financial Choice, at the 2015 Money Management Platforms and Wraps Conference on 30-31 July.

To view the full agenda, please click here

Early bird ends 5pm Thursday 9 July!
Register now to save $400

Savings for group bookings on conference tickets and accommodation rates are also available


Expert speakers

Williams
Adjunct Professor at RMIT, Chairman of Deloitte’s Innovation Council and Chief Edge Officer at Deloitte’s Centre for the Edge Australia, which assists businesses profit from emerging technology opportunities. 

 

 

Paul Greenberg
Co-founder of Australia’s first online department store, DealsDirect.com and founder and executive chairman of NORA.org.au

 


Russell Medcraft
Principal of Financial Choice, Certified Financial Planner and bestselling author of ‘Super Rich’. He is the founder of specialist SMSF administrator selfmanagedsuper.com.au and founder of superannuation search and consolidation provider, findmysuper.com.au.


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

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