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Jonathan Charley, Deputy General Manager, FS EMEA, SAP, talks about the drivers for the rise of robo advisors, how these businesses are likely to evolve, and how traditional wealth providers should be responding.
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Mapping Sustainable business goals to a technology strategy is as much art as it is computer science. Matthew Adams Founder at Endjin the brains behind the Ocean Mind story, sat down with Richard Peers to discuss how they help organisations do just that using Wardley Mapping. The two then dive into the detail of the role of data which is so crucial to Sustainable Finance.
William Armitage, Head of Business Development at Route2, sat down with Richard Peers to discuss Route2’s role advising both corporates and investors. If Sustainable Investing is about understanding the data that informs the value of the underlying asset, then Route2’s 'Total Capital Accounting' approach for evaluating and understanding societal impact and its connection to value creation and value erosion, has to be an approach worth greater consideration. Will talks through one of Route2’s corporate case studies The Crown Estate, and offers fascinating insight into how the many sources of data they consume are advancing their Investor Analytics solution.
Nicole Anderson, Founder, Managing Partner of The Redsand Group speaks with Richard Peers about the new fund she is launching, expanding on the green and impact FinTech use cases and ventures she has built over the last 8 years. Nicole expands upon how we are on the tipping point of the most significant innovation imperative facing financial services in its own transition to be the enabler of a low carbon world via Sustainable Finance.
Alexander Robson, Managing Editor, Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence, introduces the 11th edition of the State of Regulatory Reform Report 2020 and highlights what banks, regulators and compliance officers will take away from this year's findings. A strong emphasis is placed on the importance of banks and non-financial institutions culture and how a greater focus on responsibility and accountability will change the way companies and regulators behave globally. We learn about the role of AI in wholesale financial markets compliance in 2020 and how it is helping tackle problems around money laundering and route out false positives.
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