FinTech, Platforms & Wraps - The Future of Wealth Management Technology

Building on Money Management’s strong reputation for the quality of content and speakers at its annual Platforms and Wraps conference, this year’s agenda will closely examine the platform choices now confronting wealth managers and whether the significant investments made by the major super funds, banks and other key players are paying off.

The event will also include exclusive research insights from Investment Trends and examine digital disruption, developments in the inclusion of SMAs on platforms, the delivery of post-retirement products and, as always, closely examine evolving Government policy and regulation.

Please visit the homepage www.moneymanagement.com.au/events for further information. 

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Conference Production - Including interest to participate as a keynote speaker or panellist
Joséphine Figee
Conference Producer 
JosephineF@fst.net.au

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Craig Pecar
Account Manager
craig.pecar@cirrusmedia.com.au
+612 8484 0978

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Chloe Davis
Event Manager
chloe.davis@cirrusmedia.com.au
+612 8484 0851

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