By popular demand, in it's 5th year the Annual Boring Money conference will be focussing on sustainable investing and ESG.
The day will look at the question from a macro level – what has the industry response been and how are governments and regulators leading the charge? We will dive into the adviser responsibilities and unpick the broader fact find which tackles new and broader customer needs and demands. And then see what is new, what looks good and what resonates with customers. Finally we’ll get practical– and tackle both how we engage and how we evidence.
As always the focus is firmly on the consumer. What should we be making? What do people want? What do people care about? And what do they think of efforts to date? Finally – will they believe what we tell them and can we capture the essence of this most compelling story?
The day is being constructed to be of interest to asset managers, banks, platforms, pension providers, consultants, advisers and anyone wanting to tell a better story, make better products and have better conversations.
Our 2019 speakers included:
Nathalie Nahaï, Author of Webs Of Influence
Richard Cook, Online Community Manager at Monzo Bank
Viktor Nebehaj, CMO of Freetrade
Jane Brady, Head of Client Solutions at Mumsnet
Ross Dalzell, Head of Digital Investment Platforms at Barclays
Chris Mullan, Head of Artificial Intelligence at Deloitte
Jozef Moffat, Customer Engineer at Google Cloud
Jess Markwood, Content & Strategy Director of The Fifth
Natalie Glaze, Co-Founder of Stay Wild Swim
Sven Hughes, Founder of Enigma
Andrew McMillan, Founder of Engaging Service & Former Head of Customer Service at John Lewis
Caroline Hughes, Co-Founder of Lifetise
Tim Jablonski, Product Director at EValue
Dr Clea Bourne, Senior Lecturer at Goldsmiths, University of London
John Porteous, Group Head of Distribution at Charles Stanley Direct
Cameron Bourne, Head of Partnerships at The Big Exchange
Amy Metcalfe, Head of Programmes & Finance at ShareAction
'As always it was insightful, excellent (and new) speakers talking about things we should care about as an industry.'
'As ever it was another excellent BM event with a great mix of thought provoking insights.'
'Great set & mix of speakers - NOT boring!'
'Different topics than usual FS conferences. Not just the industry talking to the industry.'
'Loved the variety of speakers from all the different backgrounds and industries - especially psychology & research'
'Bringing external, non-financial experts is super interesting and valuable - these are people we don't usually get access to.'