The Affluent and Private Banking Summit 2018 in Paris was a great opportunity to share the stage with TreeTop, that has recently decided to use our solutions Conectus and eXimius to accelerate its business while making it even more reliable and compliant. Continue reading “How Millennials and Baby Boomers Visit TreeTop”
If Peter Schramme’s speech Voices from the Market… and what does it whisper? wasn’t enough to appreciate the mood of the Affluent and Private Banking Summit 2018 in Paris, we’ve got another treat. Continue reading “TreeTop: A not Totally Unexpected Digital Journey”
The Affluent and Private Banking Summit 2018 in Paris was a great chance for our Peter Schramme, Objectway Chief Business Development Officer, to deliver his speech: Voices from the Market… and what does it whisper? Continue reading “Blips On the Radar, Voices From the Market”
If you missed OWIN18, read about it and our taking digital to the core. If you were there instead, you’d likely hit the Robo Planning demo corner. It was more than that; actually it was the completion of some intertwined and elaborate stories. Today we want to offer a glimpse of some of them. Continue reading “Robo Planning (and Other) Stories”
Il Salone del Risparmio 2018 per la sessione The Future of Digital Advisory: Human Governance and Robo-planning? ha accolto le presentazioni di Michele Tanzi, nostro Client Solution Director, e Massimo Arrighi, partner di A.T. Kearney. Continue reading “Alla ricerca del risparmio dei clienti… e interno. Massimo Arrighi spiega”
Ci piace il Salone del Risparmio perché è possibile sviscerare concetti e dialogare di temi importanti fuori dalla comunicazione aziendale classica e anche quest’anno l’ingrediente segreto ha dato sapore alla ricetta. Continue reading “Il segreto della tecnologia secondo Massimo Arrighi”
Please have a look at Peter Schramme, Objectway Chief Business Development Officer, speaking at the Objectway Customer Conference about the innovation gap and the drivers for change at work in the wealth management market.
Things are happening: incumbents are challenged by small startups that win on the customer experience side; volumes are stable, but profits are plummeting, and that’s is for sure a reason to consider change.
Someone has to develop tools for companies wanting to change, in order for change to actually happen, too.
We’re confident that these two minutes of video could be especially inspiring. Try the experience!