Fast-paced events - no death by PowerPoint!
We run a series of events throughout the year, to inform, to challenge, to entertain, and keep you connected with your network.
By invitation only.
Kindly sponsored by L&G.
Content Hack Exhibition - 21st February 2018
We will invite guests to the opening of our gallery - which will showcase investment content as seen through the eyes of an all female panel. The exhibition will be opened by Helena Morrissey OBE.
Our team of communications experts including broadcaster Kate Thornton, The Pool's Deputy Editor Lucy Dunn, The Midults' Emilie McMeekan and our own MD Holly Mackay will rip up the rule book and show us how they would talk about money to an alienated audience.
Online Investing Report launch - 27th February 2018
Come and hear the latest on the DIY investing market as we launch 2018's report
- Boring Money MD Holly Mackay will outline the market landscape, the latest launches and provider trends
- Consumer qualitative data and segmentation findings
- Data as of Q4 2017 from robos, platforms , asset managers, banks and life company
- Consumer feedback and testing insights
Contact Carmel to reserve your free place at this briefing. First come first served! We limit places to a maximum of 2 per firm.
Venue: The Mercer, 34 Threadneedle Street
Time: 8:30 - 10:00
Lunch and Learn - 29th March 2018
Throughout 2018 we will be running regular lunches to share our knowledge and insights of consumers with financial services providers. We want to tackle relevant and interesting topics - please contact us to propose a subject for us to cover. If it's about consumers and investments, we'll probably have an opinion. And hopefully some data and qualitative insights to back it up!
Women Invest Too - 22nd May 2018
This half-day event has a dual purpose - you will learn and hear the latest from a range of experts in their field. And build and develop a network of women in finance today.
In May we will be tackling the critical topic of advice. Human, robo, cyborg. How will tech help solve the advice gap. What will the bank-led digital advice propositions look like. And how we can more successfully engage a female audience. Is tech the answer?
Tickets: £199 + VAT - please contact Emma to reserve your places.
Kindly hosted by Schroders in their London HQ
31 Gresham St, London EC2V 7QA
14.00 - 17.30 & drinks until 19.00
Kindly hosted by Aviva in their central London HQ.
Saint Helen's, 1 Undershaft, London EC3P 3DQ
Fin-k Tank 2018 - 20th June 2018
Where investments and fintech collide.
Fink-k Tank is Boring Money’s fintech forum which a very specific focus on investments, savings and pensions. The aim is to showcase, challenge and stimulate the evolution of better solutions for customers, enhanced by digital, technology, mobile and AI.
This new event will inform, demo and inspire. There will be international updates, demos, VC panels, panel debates and input from tech, the regulator, disrupters and the Big Wigs.
Please contact us if you would like to speak, sponsor, attend or help to shape the agenda.
ITCS18 - September 2018
Back for its third year, "It's The Consumer, Stupid" will put the consumers firmly in the spotlight and ask how we can make our products and services better.
We aim to find the best speakers from both inside an outside of the industry. What's going on today? What does good look like? What do consumers want? What new trends should we be aware of? With an inevitable dollop of data, weird science, consumer insights and some cool people with beards to tell us what's ahead!
Confirmed sponsors include Architas and Charles Stanley, who will be supporting research into what consumers really think about risk. Please talk to us about opportunities and ideas.
Date: September TBC
Venue: London, TBC
Cost: £595+VAT [Early Bird Offer]
Kindly hosted by Schroders
Venue: Schroders HQ
14.00 - 17.30 & drinks until 19.00
Women Invest Too - November 2018
At the final Women Invest Too of the year, continue to learn and hear the latest from a range of experts in their field. And build and develop a network of inspired, driven and dedicated women from the financial services industry.
Agenda and topics to be confirmed.
Please contact Emma to reserve your places.