Heather Hopkins: Forget tech evolution, it's time to reimagine adviser tech

Working Lunch series

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Advice has not yet adapted working practices to harness the full potential of tech and power up productivity, writes Heather Hopkins...

We are at the dawn of the third industrial age. It's time to reimagine adviser tech. At a series of lunches being hosted by Professional Adviser, in association with Orbis, I will argue that we are yet to see true gains in productivity from the adoption of new tech. I'll share NextWealth research into: adviser views about the future role of humans and machines in the advice process insights into the implications of tech adoption on firms large and small Sign up to take part and get the full picture but here's something to whet your appetite about what's driving my belief that ...

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