2 May 2019, 13:00 – 17:30 (drinks till 19:00)
Saint Helen's, 1 Undershaft, London EC3P 3DQ. View Map
£229 + VAT ; £135 + VAT for advisers and start-ups
Boring Money’s 2019 half day Fin-k Tank seminar will be hosted at Aviva’s London HQ on May 2nd.
Back for its third year, Fin-k Tank takes a look at what is new in the worlds of tech and investing.
With a fast-paced afternoon of fintech demos, panels, new entrants and giant incumbents, this afternoon will bring up to speed anyone interested in how to build better services for customers. Join us for a seminar which will inform, challenge, and entertain at the same time.
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Our 2019 Fin-k Tank Speakers:
- How to build a business in a sector which doesn’t support the typical start-up philosophy of “move fast and break things”
Simon Rogerson, CEO and Founder of Octopus
Neil Costigan CEO of BehavioSec
Simon and Neil show us what can go wrong and what good looks like.
- Mobile: How to use it well in your proposition
Tessa Lee, MD of MoneyInfo
Companies can sometimes be accused of making an app for app’s sake. As specialists in client portals and mobile apps for the wealth management industry, Moneyinfo will cover how to avoid this pitfall and fully utilise mobile.
- Digital Distraction is affecting our decisions
Dr Anastasia Dedyukhina,
Founder of Consciously Digital
Dr Dedyukhina helps people develop healthier relationships with technology. She no longer owns a smartphone and argues that tech affects decision making, causing too many distractions in our lives. She’ll discuss how financial companies are affected by consumers’ increasing digital distractions.
- How is tech enhancing advice? - Panel Discussion
Adam Price, CEO of Hatch
Joe Parkin, Head of iShares and Digital Wealth at Blackrock
Davinia Tomlinson, Founder & CEO of Rainchq
Where do we sit currently and where do we think technology will take us in the coming years?
- Fintech demos
Victor Trokoudes, CEO and Co-founder of Plum
Can a chatbot be the one to get people to invest?
Tom McGillycuddy, Co-founder of Tickr
Will ‘ethical investing made easy’ be the way into a new type of investor?
Anka Mandleson, Co-founder of Advantra Wealth
Can facial recognition and eye tracking finesse client and risk profiling? Will we adopt tech to gauge financial literacy, risk appetite, and target portfolio?