Increasingly, financial advisors are incorporating alternative investments into their client portfolios. This contrasts with the 60/40 approach that had been the traditional investment framework utilized by investment advisors for their clients previously.
Unlocking Success: Key Considerations for Selecting the Perfect Technologies for your Wealth Management FirmJohn O'Connell
Wealth management firms are grappling with an increasing demand for transparency, personalization, and efficiency. To navigate these demands, they rely on a robust set of technology solutions, more commonly referred to as their technology stack.
Attention spans are short. Our lives take place online more than ever before. The COVID-19 pandemic shifted many of our daily activities from physical offices to the digital universe in jarring fashion. Many businesses saw this shift as a greater opportunity to connect with their clients.
Our customer left their broker dealer and made a strategic decision to take more control of their clients and client information. The firm needed a new set of technology solutions to achieve this vision.
Our client trusts quantitative analysis to develop investment products and strategies for the discerning institutional investor, affluent individual, and affluent family. Their investment selection model is purely quantitative and honed over four decades of experience.
As a member of the wealth management industry, you may be thinking about whether it is better to own your data, and if so, what are the potential risks associated. John O'Connell's discussion at the 2022 T3 conference tackled this important topic.
Doug Heikkinen has John on his podcast to discuss: Things to be aware of when deciding whether to buy or build software. What advisors should keep in mind about cybersecurity. When you should consider building proprietary software. Recorded at the MarketCounsel Summit 2021 Advisorpedia