Aim to launch next year
Charles Stanley's head of investment management shares his views
Our video series continues
There are just two weeks left for clean tech firms and investors to register their interest in attending the upcoming BusinessGreen Technology and Investment Forum.
Could the future be part-human, part-algorithm?
Set to 'escalate rapidly'
Would lack 'sufficient impact'
Are banks 'too big to change'?
Received approval from regulator
Lists ways to add £43bn to economy
Can improve efficiency and decision making
Jonathan Hammond, managing consultant and institutional technology practice lead at Knadel, assesses how consolidation in the software market raises questions for the asset management industry.
Chris Mills, director at KPMG UK, looks at how technology can be a friend, not a foe, of the asset management industry.
The robot wars are starting to get exciting. I am not referring to the wonderfully strange TV programme of that name, rather to the inevitable showdown between those platforms offering Robo-Advice Mark 1: cheapest is best.
More financial institutions than ever are falling victim to online hacks and phishing attacks. Craig Sanders, strategic business manager at MWR InfoSecurity, looks at how larger investment firms can protect their data from falling into the wrong hands....
Simon Ellis: 'Innovation and technology likely to be far more significant drivers of industry evolution than regulatory changes'
With technology shaping the industry at breakneck speed, regulators must adapt to such changes to provide better oversight and lower costs, writes Simon Ellis, global head - client segments at HSBC Global Asset Management.
Growth of fintech has accelerated
Increased IT development capability
Worried about cyber security
Dominic Keen, founder and CEO of Britbots, explains why robotics looks likely to emerge as one of the most active areas of early stage investing in 2017.
Compliance officers and IT risk management more important than ever
The end of a 35-year bond bull market, the rise of so-called robojobs, rapid developments in gene editing and the 'sharing economy' will be among the themes that will interest investors next year and beyond, according to Investec Wealth & Investment's...