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Most Common SEO Mistakes By Financial Advisors

Most financial advisor websites have poor search engine optimization, and it's often the same mistakes that are repeated: missing meta data, repeated page titles, framed content that's invisible to search engines, dead links, major coding errors, and no keyword targeting strategy or analytics tracking. In this webinar, SEO4Advisors Founder Brien Shanahan will simplify the SEO mystery for advisors, help you determine if your website has these same problems, and offer plain-English solutions so you can start driving new prospects to your website from search engines.
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  • Delivering Solutions for Tomorrow: Innovation in Payments Nov 17 2016 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Rashee Pandey (Bankable), Kriya Patel (The Bancorp), Kit Carson (Verdict Financial)
    Payments touches everyone. Hence, it is not a surprise that the industry is worth £75 trillion. With digital innovation adding new payment instruments for consumers, speed and transparency coupled with good user experience have become the norm in the area of payments. Following suit, more and more businesses now too are expecting payments to be processed in real-time.

    With increased expectations and continuous innovation, let’s discuss the present state of innovation and trends in payments globally, the industry challenges and debate on what is the best way forward to innovate in payments.

    Innovation in Payments
    - Payments Today
    o Developed markets vs Emerging markets
    o Which other industries, besides banking, is payments disrupting/innovating in?
    o What current B2B and B2C payment solutions stand out?
    - Challenges
    o Regulation?
    o Identity and security? Is biometrics the answer?
    o Infrastructure?
    o More?
    - What next?
    o How should/would the payments ecosystem look like in the next 5-10 years?
    o Is collaboration between players in the payments ecosystem the answer to innovation?
    o What role will open APIs play in this innovation process?
    o Will digital currencies play a significant role in everyday life?
    o What is UK’s position in paving the way forward for innovation in payments globally?
  • Coding the Future of FinTech with Smart APIs and Financial Data Oct 20 2016 2:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Lars Markull (Figo), Bharat Bhushan (IBM), Giles Sutherland (Carta Worldwide), Stephane Dubois (Xignite)
    Financial data is both the most intimate and most powerful data we have about ourselves. Financial data should not kept in a silo but openly available to third parties, -- this is required for true innovation. However, security and data protection are crucial. Banks and third party providers have to work together to provide the infrastructure required to innovate.

    Join this webinar where we will discuss:
    -The power of APIs -- how to integrate banking data and financial sources quickly and easily
    -What developers need to know about banking APIs and how to foster new services in the FinTech space
    -PSD2 Post-Brexit -- what now?
    -Will traditional banks be replaced by FinTech banks one day?
    -Which is the biggest challenge: market education, technical issues, or regulation?
  • Mobile Banking - the real killer-app in Mobile Financial Services? Oct 19 2016 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Kristian Sørensen (Norfico)
    While Mobile payments solutions get most of the attention, despite relatively little user uptake, mobile banking has taken most of the world by storm and is now the most frequently used banking channel in many markets.

    Combining mobility with usability and innovative services e.g. in the PFM space has made mobile banking a true success.

    Finally, as demonstrated by the mobile only challenger banks entering the scene mobile banking has become an important battleground for customer acquisition and retention.

    In this panel we will discuss the following topics:
    Current state of mobile banking
    The options for challenger banks
    Recent innovation
    Killer features
    Benefits for banks
    Benefits for customers
    Future outlook
  • Transitioning from Banking to FinTech Oct 19 2016 2:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Alexa Fernandez (BBVA), Helene Panzarino (Funding for Dummies), Neha Manaktala (DealIndex), John Hucker (Swiss FinTech)
    FinTech has been a buzz word for quite some time now, but how do you make a change from your traditional banking role to a Financial Technology company?

    Join us as we explore the industry and highlight opportunities for bankers in FinTech. We'll feature people that have successfully transitioned, leveraging their experience and skills into exciting new roles.
  • George Kinder on Developing a Mindfulness Practice: Part 2 Oct 12 2016 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    George Kinder
    Spend an hour with George Kinder as he leads a group meditation and discusses how to continue developing a mindfulness practice for yourself. There will be time for Q&A and discussion.

    Can’t Miss Takeaways -

    - You will:Learn the daily practice of Mindfulness and how it delivers practical benefits.
    - Have access to an audio guide to a daily Mindfulness practice.
    - Receive a free on-line copy of George Kinder’s book, Transforming Suffering into Wisdom: Mindfulness and The Art of Inner Listening.
  • Data Visualization: Best Practice Tips for Improving Personal Finance Sep 22 2016 2:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Ina Yulo (BrightTALK), Steve Tigar (Money Dashboard), Dan Scholey (Moneyhub)
    Data visualisation is a discipline that uses graphs and charts to easily communicate large chunks of data into easily digestible formats.

    When it comes to personal finance, data visualization has been used to create useful dashboards where users can keep track of their spending, income, and budgeting.

    Join this session where we will discuss:

    -Why is data visualization so useful when it comes to personal finance?
    -What are the best data viz tools/apps for personal finance?
    -What are customers missing from banks that personal finance fintechs are able to provide?
    -What are the best practice tips for using dashboards and apps to improve personal finance?
    -What are some common mistakes people make when managing their personal finances?
    -What are some common misconceptions of data visualization?
  • Digital Wallets: Challenges in adoption and the future of a cashless society Sep 21 2016 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    David Parker (Polymath), Scott Abrahams (Mastercard), Michael Rolph (Yoyo), Bruce Parker (Modo), Elizabeth Duke (Carta)
    1. Will we be cashless by 2036 as the Mayor of London Research says

    2. What functionality do consumers want from wallets, so far they seem quite unimpressed with Apple Pay only representing 0.06% of US transactions

    3. Will consumers ever trust non banks to deliver financial services

    4. I only carry one wallet, will I ever use more than one digital wallet and what does this mean for closed loop wallets

    5. What will make retailer adopt and accept more payment solutions, or do they all have to just run NFC that seems to be becoming a defacto
  • How FinTech is Changing Personal Finance Sep 21 2016 2:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Dara Albright, Brian Dally (Groundfloor), Jim Jones (IRA Services Trust), Sally Outlaw (CEO, Worthy)
    Depressed interest rates and volatile equity markets are driving an unprecedented interest in retail alternative investment products. Fortunately, through the intersection of technology and regulation, new FinTech archetypes are emerging to satisfy that demand.

    This webinar will highlight some of these groundbreaking technologies, tools, apps, rules and investment products that are transforming the financial services industry and changing the way people invest as well as save for retirement.

    This is a MUST-VIEW webinar for investors of all sizes, financial advisors, wealth managers, FinTech platforms, and regulators.
  • Managing the Unexpected in Retirement Investing Sep 14 2016 1:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Anthony Gillham, Co-Investment Director of Multi-Asset at Old Mutual Global Investors
    The pension freedoms have created a great opportunity for clients to access their accumulated wealth. OMGI’s presentation will consider what advisers/clients fear most in deriving an income strategy in retirement
    • Running out of money – exhausting the pension pot – risk of ruin
    • Their ability to sustain their existing levels of consumption given increasing life expectancy
    • The effects of inflation on the future purchasing power of their wealth
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  • Crowdfunding: The next step in the revolution Sep 8 2016 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
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    -crowdfunding passing VC’s for the first time

    -opportunities for SMEs and the rise of “mainstream equity crowdfunding”

    -compliance challenges — how can new start-ups keep up and how can traditional players secure themselves?

    -what is the FCA saying about innovation and consumer protection?

    -what’s the profile of the modern day investor?

    -what are some of the growing pains that rising companies might feel after a successful crowdfunding round?
  • How to Read Financial News More Effectively: Tips from Six Investors Sep 7 2016 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Rob Martorana, Brian Gilmartin, Marc Gerstein, Jeff Miller, Ed Stavetski
    Six veteran investors explain how they cut through the clutter of sensationalism and pseudo-analysis that litter the landscape of today's financial journalism. The webinar is accompanied by a 30-page slide deck with embedded links. The content is based on an article published by the CFA Institute in July of 2016, and the authors will discuss and debate their approaches.
  • Fintech: Good and Bad News for Inclusive Sustainable Finance Recorded: Aug 22 2016 47 mins
    Hazel Henderson (FRSA)
    This presentation, FINTECH: Good and Bad News for Inclusive Sustainable Finance, will explore issues surrounding the rapid deployment of computerized electronic platforms, cryptocurrencies and algorithms now disrupting legacy financial firms and their models.

    Good News: this disruption was long overdue and welcome where it overturns inefficient, inequitable, over-priced services, democratizing lending, investment, banking, payments, remittance and widens easy availability of transactions. Widespread adoption of Blockchain-based distributed ledgers offer closer monitoring of financial ethics and performance. Bad News: this electronic, information-rich disruption of legacy finance ranges from algorithmic high-frequency trading (HFT) we explored for the UN Inquiry (2015) to the rapid co-option and buyouts of companies in the FINTECH 100 by the big legacy banks; the excessive run-up in pre-IPO valuations, focusing on big wins, short-term profits – evidence of the same excesses and unsustainable practices needing reform. Even the ingenious market-based reform in IEX’s platform’s technological designed “speed bump” which levels the playing field for investors also can be subverted to extort fees by unscrupulous firms. Vulnerability, internet and spectrum capacity as well as security issues need attention.

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  • Alternative Finance: Understanding its role in the future of finance Recorded: Aug 18 2016 59 mins
    Saeed Hassan (Grow Advisors), Matt Hinkley (Rangewell), Paul Sullivan (Modedaweb), Helene Panzarino (Funding for Dummies)
    In this webinar, we shall discuss the origins alternative finance and share clues to understand what the future holds. We shall also review what alternative finance will mean for traditional finance organisations, savers investors and businesses alike.

    -Alternative Finance - alternative to what exactly?

    -Looking back and looking forward to the future of alternative finance

    -Review different participants' perspectives, outlining opportunities and challenges for each.
  • Outside-in commercial lending: Putting clients in charge of their own destiny Recorded: Aug 18 2016 64 mins
    Ina Yulo (BrightTALK), Jacqueline Morcombe (Misys), Kathryn Petralia (Kabbage), Amit Batra (Genpact)
    We are living in a digital reality but bank’s corporate clients are already being wooed by post-digital, fintech driven possibilities. Traditional lenders face fundamental challenges to grow their business with 1 in 5 banks still lacking an enterprise digital strategy to serve their corporate clients. With low interest rates and increasing costs, optimising the customer experience might be part of the vision statement, but delivering on this ethos has not been straightforward. Has bank thinking been inside-out in commercial and corporate lending?

    Digitalisation has been spurred by a drive for back office simplification. While this delivers improved service levels, self-service for borrowers in commercial lending is still not business as usual. Slow turnarounds, limited digital engagement and an inability to surface key information at the right time in the right place continues to hamper corporate client productivity and liquidity. With an outside-in approach banks are starting to deliver strategies for end-to-end digitalisation and multiple channel, 24x7 self-service - from loan origination, to loan servicing.

    Discover how banks can capture new market opportunities, drive revenue growth and free up relationship managers time while also embracing integration, collaboration and choice in a post-digital world.

    In this webinar, a panel of experts will reveal
    - Use cases for banks to simplify the lending process and drive end-to-end digitalisation in commercial and corporate lending
    - The key pillars underpinning the corporate borrower’s user experience
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  • Trade Finance and the opportunity for short-term lending for SMEs Recorded: Aug 17 2016 63 mins
    Jesse Podell, Tripp Hornick (SMBscorecard), Philip Rakhou (Avicenna Ventures), Nadia Andersen (Deloitte), Dave Sutter (Fluent
    In this session, our panel will discuss:

    -Current trends in lending
    - Risk & Cross border lending
    - Bank appetite for innovation
    - Startups making inroads
    - Emerging trends in factoring and AR trading
    - Blockchain and distributed ledgers
    -How SMEs can benefit from this new trend
  • Online Lending: What it Means for Banks vs New Lending Platforms Recorded: Aug 17 2016 61 mins
    Suzanne Evans (Grow Advisors), Richard Carter (Nostrum Group), Snehal Fulzele (Cloud Lending Solutions)
    Join this panel to familiarise yourself with the global online lending industry. The panel will discuss the key issues, challenges and opportunities presented to the banking industry. The goal will be to equip those responsible for business development and strategy to have a clearer idea of what is happening and how to prepare for the future.

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    -Challenges facing independent p2p lenders that the banks are better placed to overcome

    -Why online lending platforms for banks should be structured differently to independent online lenders

    -What type of bank may be more naturally suited to online lending?

    -How are banks setting up to face the challenge and opportunity presented by online lending?

    -Which banks are leading the way
  • How the Humanities & Humor bring Innovation to Fintech Recorded: Aug 11 2016 60 mins
    Ghela Boskovich (Zafin), Natasha Kyprianides (Hellenic Bank), Julia Streets (Streets Consulting)
    Humorists are often called modern day philosophers, and the best of social commentators. Musicians play with an infinite combination of notes, all bound by a rules based composition format. What do they have in common? A search for new, fresh, unheard expressions of our experiences. What does that have to do with Fintech? Everything.

    Join us for a chat with Natasha Kyprianides from Hellenic Bank on August 11th where we explore how cultivating and exercising creativity in their personal lives has lead to innovation, new perspectives, and a passion for creating a better financial services industry.
  • Climbing the Ladder: Mentorship & Sponsorship Recorded: Jul 27 2016 57 mins
    Ghela Boskovich (Zafin), Claire Calmejane (LBG), Helene Panzarino (Funding for Dummies), Scarlett Sieber (BBVA)
    No one gets to the top of Everest without an experienced guide; and no one climbs the career ladder without advice from a mentor and support from a Sponsor.

    Join us for a look at the unique nature of finding and cultivating mentor (and sponsor) relationships in the Fintech space. With insights from top executives who will talk spotting the right mentors, traits of a great sponsor, and how, in turn, we can mentor the next generation to greater heights.
  • Big Data Analytics for Risk Management Recorded: Jul 21 2016 62 mins
    Graham Seel (BankTech Consulting), Shirish Netke (Amberoon), Bob Mark (Black Diamond Risk), Ravi Kalakota (LiquidHub)
    When it comes to tracking the flow of money, it’s no doubt that studying patterns and analytics behind the transactions are important in fighting financial crime.

    Join this session where we'll discuss:

    -The application of machine learning and big data in AML monitoring
    -How to implement proper Know-Your-Customer (KYC) processes
    -Challenges around automation and using predictive analytics to prevent future issues
  • Open APIs and the Future of Banking Recorded: Jul 21 2016 59 mins
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    Attend this summit where our experts will discuss:

    -What’s in it for banks/fintechs?
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    -PSD2 - will you be ready (mostly a consideration for banks)?
    -How should we (fintechs and banks) operate until the PSD2 is rolled out?
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