With the announcement of a one year delay to the introduction of the revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II), coupled with the fact that the regulation is yet to be finalised, some firms are yet to start thinking of the impact of MiFID II on their organisation. Continue reading “(Just) Thinking About MiFID II?”
Another great experience in my life at Objectway: a journalist interviewed me about my opinion on the digital trends and especially roboadvisory. I wasn’t suprised, although I’d prefer she asked me something about EURO 2016 another topic I know much about :-) Continue reading “A Roboadvisory That Is Human Also”
MiFID II, that is going to be enforced from beginning of 2018 after a couple of delays, doesn’t come from nowhere. It’s in fact an answer from the European Commission to the big debt crisis in 2009, when a lot of final users lost confidence and trust in banks, largely because of the opacity of investment proposal and the risk to spend to get bad bonds in exchange. Continue reading “Collaboration and Crafting Software to Help Financial Institutions to Regain Trust and Be MiFID II Compliant”
Un’altra bella esperienza che ho fatto in Objectway. Una giornalista mi ha intervistato per chiedere la mia opinione su trend digitali e su roboadvisory. La cosa non mi ha sorpreso, anche se avrei voluto mi chiedesse qualcosa anche sugli Europei di calcio su cui sono egualmente molto preparato :-) Continue reading “Un roboadvisory che sia anche umano”
Luxembourg is going through a fast-paced change as a country, because the Principate is progressively losing many of the fiscal and financial advantages it has enjoyed in the heart of Europe as of today. So, in order to remain attractive for investors and relevant as a nation. Luxembourg is embracing technology. Continue reading “A State Within a Continent, a Business Inside a Business”
Wealth and investment management is all about relationships and service.
This means being able to collaborate and share information anytime, anywhere, overcoming the traditional limits of physical encounters.
To debate the shadow IT trend is pretty common these days in the IT world: employees adopt digital tools outside the perimeter of allowed of recommended apps. Like, Dropbox instead of the company cloud, Whatsapp in place of the official messaging system and so on.