Welcome to moneyinfo's NEW podcast: AdviserTech Unplugged !
The podcast brought to you by moneyinfo , the client portal & mobile app supplier for financial advisers and wealth managers.
Our podcast is designed to help address the challenges of the 21 st century adviser. Each episode we invite a special guest to talk to us about current topics affecting their area of expertise in the AdviserTech space.
You can download and stream each episode on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Audible and Spotify!
Episode 9: Engage, Educate, Empower - the secret to adviser content marketing
In the next episode of AdviserTech Unplugged, moneyinfo's Martha Bowen speaks with Rebecca McMurry, Manager of Enterprise at AdvisorStream .
Martha and Rebecca discuss the secrets to effective content marketing by keeping your digital presence front of mind and keeping content regularly flowing in order to build trust and credibility with clients and prospects.
Episode 8: What is means to be "data driven"
moneyinfo's Lou Wallis speaks with Carla Langley from Progeny Group on what it means to be "data driven". Instead of making assumptions about your business and clients, it's important to start to place business decisions, strategy, and output on real, tangible data.
Episode 7: How NextGen Planners are supporting a movement of new-age firms
moneyinfo's Sim Sangha speaks with Rohan Sivajoti, Founder of NextGen Planners , about how NextGen is supporting a movement of new-age firms to put the client at the centre of the advice process.
Episode 6: The future of IFAs and DFMs
In this episode, moneyinfo's Lou Wallis and Robert Clark, from RC Brown Investment Management , discuss the future of IFAs and DFMs and how technology can help firms to streamline workflow processes, and drive efficiencies through their business.
Episode 5: How technology is reshaping the financial services in a post-pandemic world, with Ian Horne
moneyinfo's MAnaging Director, Tess Lee, speaks to Ian Horne, Head of Audience Development at Citywire .
Ian discusses the influence technology holds within financial services and how this has been amplified since the beginning of the pandemic. Ian chats about the importance of adopting a hybrid approach to advice to meet the needs of their client demographic and optimise their process efficiencies.
Episode 4: The do's and don'ts of changing CRM provider with Chris Baigent-Reed
moneyinfo's Lou Wallis speaks to Chris Baigent-Reed, Founder and Director of Jigsaw Tree . Chris discusses the do's and don'ts of changing CRM providers and the important factors to consider when doing so.
Episode 3: Content marketing for financial advisers with Abbie Knight
moneyinfo's Managing Director, Tess Lee, speaks to Abbie Knight , marketing consultant, commentator and keynote speaker in financial services.
Abbie discusses the importance of a content marketing strategy to help financial advisers to stand out in the crowd and creating a brand personality in order to build relationships and trust with clients.
Episode 2: The importance of branding within the financial sector with Anna Plotnek
moneyinfo's Digital Marketing Director, Martha Bowen, speaks to Anna Plotnek from PLOTT Creative .
Anna chats about the importance of branding within the financial sector, why it's important for financial advisers and wealth managers to get their branding right, and how it can help you stand out in the crowd.
Episode 1: A year in the life of a moneyinfo client - Ovation Finance
In the first episode of AdviserTech Unplugged, moneyinfo's Lou Wallis speaks to Cheryl Frazer from Ovation Finance Ltd .
Cheryl chats about their first year of using moneyinfo, discussing their implementation journey in-house and with clients, and how their processes and communication have been streamlined by fully utlising their branded portal and app.
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