Marilyn Cole: The 10 tech trends you need to watch in 2018

‘Regtech’, data, GDPR and more

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Marilyn Cole outlines the most significant technology and design trends that could have an impact on adviser businesses and to which you should therefore be paying attention over the coming year

At Space, we have been discussing the most significant trends in technology and design that could and should have an impact on adviser businesses as we enter 2018. Although we do not see anything changing overnight -even where there is a big regulatory shift - these are the 10 trends we think advisers should be paying attention to in the next 12 months and beyond. 1 Regtech and the age of data ‘Regtech' has been a huge topic in banking, insurance and asset management for the past two or three years and it may be about to impact the advice sector too. The use of technology to meet regul...

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