Simon Binney: The future of advice is 'Fintegration'

Collaboration is key

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Simon Binney: "Ultimately there will be a recognition across all areas that customer data belongs to the customer."
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Simon Binney: "Ultimately there will be a recognition across all areas that customer data belongs to the customer."

Giants such as Facebook will compete soon enough but, argues Simon Binney, financial advisers and fintech firms can get ahead and shape a strong advice sector by recognising each brings different strengths to the table

The financial advisory sector has seen much change in the past few years, much of it driven by new technologies and a wave of new market entrants. While we are seeing consolidation and innovation in response,...

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