Alternatives to Gamification in Wealth Management
While the benefits of gamification could help wealth management companies to democratise investment management and empower retail investors by extending access to financial markets, it may also encourage users to trade more frequently that required and take higher risks. In an earlier post, we critiqued gamification in financial context and discussed the latest regulatory approach to these engagement techniques. In this article, we will delve into more responsible alternatives wealth managers can deploy to achieve long-term customer satisfaction and brand loyalty.
How Realistic Tax Modelling and Risk Analysis Within Your Financial Planning Software Can Support Your Roadmap
As Europe grapples with inflation, financial institutions are tirelessly searching for new ways of improving their business models. Whether updating their services with digital channels, creating more financial products, or exploring untapped markets, the financial executives carry on balancing compliance and innovation in their work. If your organization is embarking on a bold expansion to new countries or updating their selection of investment products, it is critical to ensure that your financial analytics suite is attuned to your strategic roadmap. Today we sat down with Lars Larsson, partner and quantitative finance expert at Kidbrooke®, to better understand how financial organizations can leverage the granularity of modelling and a detailed approach to representation of taxes to support their complex expansion roadmaps.
Setting up OutRank®, the Financial Forecasting Software
Suppose your organization decided to leverage OutRank®, the financial forecasting API, in its digital and hybrid financial journeys. Where do you start and how do you ensure you get the most out of our analytics? We talked to Kidbrooke®’s Customer Success Team to shed some light on the onboarding and maintenance processes, the client requirements and internal expertise needed to ensure that our clients achieve their goals using our technology.
Managing Orphans via Your Wealth Planning Software to Improve Compliance
In the advisory world an insurance company holds a client’s assets on their books while an Independent Financial Advisor (IFA) supports the client with financial advice. From a regulatory perspective, the insurance company follows its own regulations, like Solvency 2, while the IFA follows regulations targeting financial advice. For a variety of reasons, sometimes a client gets separated from an IFA, hence losing access to an advisor for help with their financial planning. However, the client still has assets on the insurance company's balance sheet. When this happens, the client is referred to as an ‘orphan’.