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Despite steady industry growth for years, long-only investment managers have dealt with constant fee pressure, a shift to passive investments, and concentration of success in gathering assets. Could these challenges push investment managers to cross boundaries and leave their comfort zones in 2020? Participants will discover how reimagining growth, developing new operational efficiencies, and improving client experiences can help investment managers find and delight investors with revitalized capabilities.
A new wave of disruption, more forceful and pervasive than seen in recent years, is likely to unfold in the next decade. How can banks fortify their core foundation to prepare? Participants will explore areas of disruption likely to appear in coming years and assess ways banks can begin to prepare for this future in 2020.
Insurance executives are exploring ways to leverage artificial intelligence (AI) to deliver greater efficiencies, delight customers, and fuel innovation. What are some recent developments in AI and cloud computing that could change their trajectory? Participants will identify important developments in AI and cloud computing and discover important insights on how to get started and measure the impact of AI to their business.
As the June 30, 2020, deadline to implement the SEC's Regulation Best Interest (Reg BI) rule gets closer, firms are focused on compliance and dealing with the related implementation challenges. What are recent developments of interest? Participants will be able to describe where the industry generally is with respect to Reg BI compliance, identify implementation challenges and the drivers behind them, and define considerations for developing solutions.
Many factors continue to shape the US real estate landscape. Amidst the longest real estate cycle in history, will real estate values continue to support prices? Participants will hear results of a Deloitte, National Association of REALTORS®, and Situs RERC report on the CRE market and consider practical tips for navigating it in 2020.
As cloud native applications proliferate, a cloud assessment can prepare companies for proactive identification of no-competition opportunities. How can an assessment also set the stage for add-on revenue and downstream scaling into an implementation phase? Participants will identify developments in cloud native applications, explore possibilities associated with cloud assessments, and consider practical implementation ideas.