National Conference 2021
The financial services industry is undergoing secular rather than cyclical change. Arguably the impact of this change has been felt more by the advice sector than any other participants. In this session we will try to take some lessons from the past, consider local and overseas trends and form a view of the leading practice of the future.
Our retrospective will include the learnings from Deloitte’s extensive remediation experience. We will also consider the potential availability of services to different customer segments.
We will assess the capabilities of modern practices and identify what is likely to be critical to a successful business. This will include consideration of what should be expected of business providers such as product providers.
At the end of the session, you will be able to:
- Provide an understanding of the breadth of factors that will influence future advice models;
- Deliver an overview of lessons from analysis of remediation;
- Outline how the advice market will map to potential customers, and;
- Describe what capabilities will be important to practices in the future and how these can be supported by external partners.
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