Robo-investing Europe 2017

Robo-investing Europe 2017

January 2, 2017788Views

As we look ahead to what promises to be a seminal year in the development of automated investment management platforms and savings applications, Robo-investing Europe returns to London’s Canary Wharf on February 1st, promising 32 speakers and ten hours of debate showcasing the latest trends and insights.

Following last year’s success Robo-investing Europe has become the must attend event for digital wealth and financial technology. It is the opportunity to hear from industry experts designing state-of-the-art customer engagement and financial advisory platforms, and understand how ETFs are used to construct portfolios and deliver goal-based investing solutions.

In this fast moving environment, discover how data and artificial intelligence are used to understand investor behaviour, manage compliance risk and deliver personalised content. Meet the investment managers, digital designers, technology innovators, executives and venture capitalists shaping the industry.

Four hundred delegates are expected, including heads of digital wealth and investment management; the day will include six live demonstrations, ten hours of presentations and discussions and a networking drinks reception.




9.15am - Making robo-advice a reality
Andrew Power
Key Note
9.45am - Building a digital wealth proposition
Shane Williams
UBS Smart Wealth

Shane Williams, UBS Smart Wealth
Catherine Prentke, Nutmeg
John Egan, Anthemis
Devie Mohan, ING
Phil Blows, Wealth Wizards
11.00am -Regulation and financial innovation
Jane Walshe

Andrew Miller, SCM
Jane Walshe, Enforcd

11.30am - Designing modern customer engagement
Richard Theo

Richard Theo, Wealthify
Maria Jose Jorda Garcia, BBVA
Paolo Sironi, IBM
Angelique Schouten, Ohpen
Paul Resnik, FinaMetrica
Anna Lane, Wisdom Council
1.45pm - The future of asset mangement
Monica Woodley, Legg Mason

Monica Woodley, Legg Mason
2.15 - Constructing automated portfolios
Adam French
Scalable Capital

Adam French, Scalable Capital
Chris Flood, FT
Thomas Bloch, Vaamo
Marco Parini, CheBanca
Victor Haghani, Elm Funds
Paolo Galvani, Moneyfarm
3.30pm - Arificial intelligence and data analytics
Alois Pirker, Aite Group

Alois Pirker, Aite Group
Blake Wood, Envestnet
Francesca Brenna, IBM Watson
Richard Peers, Microsoft
Andrew Davies, Idio
Clara Durodie, Cognitive Finance
4.14pm - Venture capital and innovation hubs
Heiko Schwender

Heiko Schwender, Commerzventures
Alexandre Gaillard, InvestGlass
Rohit Krishnan, Eight Roads Ventures
Andrew Frost, Lawson Connor
Susan Chishti, Fintech Circles


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