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Building a Cutting Edge Digital Life Insurer via OutRank® - the Financial Simulation Engine

HAYAH Insurance recently partnered with Kidbrooke® to build engaging, self-service investment journeys with OutRank®, the financial simulation engine driving HAYAH’s new goals-based financial planning experiences. HAYAH Insurance, established in 2008 and headquartered in Abu Dhabi, is the UAE’s newest and most exciting insurance company, specialising in life and medical insurance and savings products. Here HAYAH Insurance talk about the exciting partnership they have embarked upon with Kidbrooke.

Skandia case study III: Using OutRank to Enhance their Investment Customer Journeys

Skandia, the Swedish life insurance company, has ramped up its initiatives in using technology to improve the overall experience of its customers. The goal is simple – developing a digital space to offer touchpoints relevant and meaningful enough to drive engagement across all of Skandia’s channels.

Personal Accident Insurance: Would My Savings Suffice?

Today’s case study examines a real-life experience of a Swedish family who struggled to receive adequate help from the local wealth management service providers.

OutRank User Guide: The Walkthrough of the Digital Investments Use Case

Welcome to our brand-new series describing the elements of digital financial experiences you can build using OutRank API!

Steps to heaven - How to take your customers on a journey to the land of digital trust

Fredrik Daveus, CEO at Kidbrooke®, explores how to build trust in digital wealth management for the Swiss WealthTech Landscape Report 2021 by The Wealth Mosaic.

Evida Case Study: How to build an innovative financial advisor in under seven months?

Evida began its path as a family office managing a wide range of assets for wealthy families. Initially, the Swedish financial advisor outsourced the management of equity and fixed income positions to other parties. However, the combination of their interest for factor-based investments and dissatisfaction with wealth management services provided by the largest banks in Sweden, Switzerland and Luxembourg convinced Evida to build their own digital advisory service.

Blog Articles

Trends Taking the Wealth Management Industry by Storm Q4 2023

In the dynamic realm of wealth management, 2023 has unfolded as a pivotal chapter, sculpted by a confluence of regulatory shifts, the rise in AI implementation, political mayhem across the globe, and ongoing inflation. Furthermore, with retail investors seeking increasingly personalised services and regulatory bodies worldwide recalibrating their expectations concerning measuring climate impact, it is fair to claim that we are on the brink of entering a more scrutinised, digitally empowered and environmentally conscious phase of the industry’s lifecycle. As we prepare for the end of the year and chalk out strategies for 2024, let’s delve into the trends that dominated the sector in the last quarter of 2023 and will undoubtedly continue to define the wealth management landscape.

Key Trends in Wealth Management Q3 - 2023

How can wealth management companies ensure profitable growth during this volatile era? As the industry continues navigating an increasingly difficult financial landscape, several key trends have continued reshaping how wealth is managed. Among these trends, the rise in importance of the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors, more regulatory attention to consumer treatment, more recognition of the financial analytics tools, and the deeper integration of AI, machine learning and automation, all stand out as notable drivers of change.

Bridging Gaps in Consumer Duty

The purpose of the UK’s latest regulatory update goes beyond additional reporting and addresses the value created by wealth management and insurance businesses. It aims to set a higher standard of care and deliver better consumer outcomes throughout the customer journey. The overarching principles set out to change how products and services are evaluated, priced, explained and supported, and it should transform the relationships within wealth management value chains.

Democratising Wealth Management by Utilising Financial Analytics

The wealth management sector is embracing emerging tech like machine learning and gamification to enhance workflows. Despite inflation and conflict challenges, technology is poised to reshape finance. A key concern though is how to leverage tech to expand services while maintaining margins for mass affluent clients.