Empirica at FinTech Connect Live in London

Empirica takes part in the FinTech Connect Live! this December 6th & 7th in London. This is the most important event in a FinTech space, where finance meets technology. Empirica joined the Advisory Board of this annual global FinTech undertaking.

Were you can meet us?

 

On the Showcase Demo (7th Dec., 11:50 am)

Empirica will shortly present Robo-Advisory Technology for financial advisors as well as FinTech development services. We would like to invite to our presentation: Technology for Robo-Advisors – how to build great software behind your FinTech service?

While presenting our advanced Robo-Advisory Platform, CEO of Empirica will illustrate most important issues of building tailored FinTech software. We will share experiences we have gained for over 6 years of developing solutions for financial institutions and FinTech companies, including robo-advisors. We’d love to welcome all FinTech innovators interested in how properly implemented technology can move their businesses forward.

On our stand number 83

Anyone interested in speaking with Empirica about building the FinTech solution behind own service can meet our team on the stand.

– “FinTech Connect Live creates a global community of FinTech StartUps, financial institutions and investors, where we can exchange thoughts and experiences. That’s why this is a second time Empirica takes part with great interest in this event. Last year we presented our Algorithmic Trading Platform, which is the heart of our robo solution we are going to present this year. I am looking forward to speak with financial advisors who want to go robo as well as any FinTech StartUp about how to build great software behind FinTech service and quickly intruduce it to the market.” – Michał Różański, CEO of Empirica.

If you are interested in setting up an appointment with our team during the FinTech Connect Live, just let us know at: [email protected].

 

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TOP trends and challenges in wealth management

Robo-Advice is not about tomorrow anymore. It’s about today.

A robo-advisor is an online wealth management service that provides automated, algorithm-based portfolio management advice without the use of human financial planners. Robo-advisors are typically low-cost, have low account minimums, and attract younger investors who are more comfortable doing things online. The idea made sense to many, and robo-advisors quickly gained market traction. Full-service, high-value-added, person-to-person activity isn’t for everybody. There are generations of tomorrow’s investors coming through today, who are more attracted to something less person-to-person and more technologically enabled.

The rapid rise of Robo-Advisors

Robo-Advice is changing the landscape of global wealth management. Historically, investment management was the purview of the wealthy. With robo-advisors flooding the investment markets, offering low-fee, diversified professional management, the investing landscape is evolving.

The number of robo-advisors is growing rapidly. New consumer brands are emerging in the digital wealth management industry such as Betterment, Wealthfront and Personal Capital.

In its report, BI Intelligence forecasts that robo-advisors will manage around $8 trillion of total global assets under management (AUM) by 2020.

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         TOP trends and challenges in wealth management for the next years

  1. Robo-advisors disrupt the wealth management industry. In the near future, advisors that will wait for the transition to robo-advisor will lose out. Investors will migrate towards those lower-fee providers with technology platforms.
  2. We observe the strong influence of technology within the entire investing environment. Many investors trust technology and expect 24/7 access and reporting.
  3. The competition increases rapidly. New consumer brands of pure robo-advisors appear in the digital wealth management industry, while traditional financial advisors ‘go robo’ as well.
  4. New regulations are directly impacting the financial advisory industry and driving companies to offer robo services as a way to meet the requirements.
  5. Investors increase pressure to lower fees. Robo-Advisors serve a wider range of customers and allow to stay profitable in lower fees environment.
  6. Artificial Intelligence enters the robo-advisory industry and could be the strongest competitive advantage. Robo-Advisors soon will offer more diversified investment products.

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