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Two minutes with… Kevin Russell, Proposition Director, SEI

Two minutes with… Kevin Russell, Proposition Director, SEI

MRM has just launched its latest report, “Why financial planners and wealth managers can’t afford to ignore the digital world”. In this 2 minutes with segment, we grill one of the contributors, Kevin Russell, Proposition Director at SEI, on the steps those in the industry should be taking to ensure they don’t get left behind by not adopting digital technology. read more

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Ignore digital at your peril

Wealth managers and financial planners have been warned by some of the brightest minds in financial services that to neglect the evolution of digital will be costly. Click here to read MRM’s latest report.

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