FRONT OFFICE 2019: ARE FIRMS GETTING VALUE FOR MONEY?

FRONT OFFICE 2019 : ARE FIRMS GETTING VALUE FOR MONEY?

The Front Office is one of the most important and expensive areas of a wealth management business, so the question of whether firms are getting value for money, both from their front office professionals and from the systems they use, is crucial.

Compeer will be drawing from our extensive database of over 20 years’ worth of benchmarking data in order to investigate the significant variation between firms and the consequential effect on their top and bottom lines.

Niral Parekh, leading the retail wealth and asset management solutions and delivery within Capco, would be debating the subject with other industry experts and C-level panellists. 

EVENT DETAILS: 

DATE: Tuesday 21st May 2019, 15:30  20:00

LOCATION: Wedlake Bell LLP, 71 Queen Victoria St, London EC4V 4AY

REGISTER HERE

 

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