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5 things you need to know to prepare for (& successfully deploy) digital advice

• Identifying your target market and accompanying strategy, customer proposition and distribution models
• Getting your business model right
• Choosing the right technology strategy
• Ensuring you have the right workforce on-board
• The role of compliance when deploying digital advice

Panel speakers:

Rickard Lindell, Head of Digital Advice, Nordea
Dean Butler, Head of Innovation, Prudential
Maria Lagutina, Head of Product Innovation & Propositions, CYBG
Simon Crowe, Sales Director, EMEA, Glassbox
Recorded May 8 2018 34 mins
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  • 5 things you need to know to prepare for (& successfully deploy) digital advice Recorded: May 8 2018 34 mins
    Panel Webinar - Please see description for the panellist names.
    • Identifying your target market and accompanying strategy, customer proposition and distribution models
    • Getting your business model right
    • Choosing the right technology strategy
    • Ensuring you have the right workforce on-board
    • The role of compliance when deploying digital advice

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    Rickard Lindell, Head of Digital Advice, Nordea
    Dean Butler, Head of Innovation, Prudential
    Maria Lagutina, Head of Product Innovation & Propositions, CYBG
    Simon Crowe, Sales Director, EMEA, Glassbox
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    * Which strategies are likely to thrive in the new environment and how regulatory compliance can quickly be turned into competitive advantage to commercialise Open Banking.
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