Written by Jonathan Warren on 07 August 2018
Concerns about robo-advice are lapsing amongst financial advisers, but financial service providers should not entirely dismiss the risks posed by robo. Whilst the willingness of customers to invest through robo-advisers is currently outweighed by a preference for human interaction during the digital advice process, the projected growth rate of fourth industrial revolution technology is cause for vigilance.
A number of macro factors, such as the inter-generational wealth transfer to a generation more actively engaged with automation, and the extensive evolution of technological capability, risks reducing human input in advice in as little as a decade. Financial services firms should be prepared for distinctive changes in the everyday life when these technologies are operating at their peak.
Altus helps Headlight make Christmas brighter for mental health patients
Written by Altus on 17 January 2019
Altus has raised £480 for the Headlight Mental Health Charity.
API your business
Written by Michael James on 2 January 2019
APIs are high on digital agendas right now and the case for them can be compelling, especially if you want to expand your distribution channels and leverage capability across a broad and varied IT estate.