Adhering to FCA guidelines on providing suitable advice is a challenge as well as a business imperative for the wealth management industry.

How can technology help to guide you through the process of on-boarding, storing, processing, reviewing and evidencing client data so that regulated managers and investment firms satisfy the FCA?

knowing more about your clients isn’t just for the sake of the regulator – it gives you the opportunity to enhance your service quality, gives insight in to your existing and prospective client base and helps manage the behaviour of your branches, teams and managers. It is an opportunity to fundamentally change the way you do business and start to institutionalise your clients.

What is the industry gold standard when it comes to client suitability – and how does your organisation match up to this?

Come to hear your peers as well as industry commentators and experts discuss this must-know area of wealth management strategy.


About our Sponsors



Adam Markson

Managing Director


Adam Markson is responsible for Accenture’s services around finance, risk and regulation for banks and investment managers in the UK. Adam is a chartered accountant and has experience across audit, […]

David Howard

Chief Administration Officer

Brewin Dolphin

David Howard joined Brewin Dolphin in May 2013 as chief administration officer and member of the group’s executive committee. David’s role includes responsibility for the change management function, encompassing both […]

Ian Cornwall

Director of Regulation

Wealth Management Association

Ian has almost 30 years’ experience as a risk and compliance professional.   He started his regulatory career in 1986 with the Surveillance Division of the London Stock Exchange which evolved […]

Robert Taylor

Head of Department for Investment Management

Financial Conduct Authority

Rob Taylor is the Head of Investment Management Department at the Financial Conduct Authority.  He has also worked in venture capital and is former chief executive of Kleinwort Benson Bank, […]


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