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SEI: Five key trends in disruptive technology
SEI: Five key trends in disruptive technology

Wed, 04/01/2017 - 12:16

With technology shaping every aspect of how we interact, network, and communicate, finding new ways to harness this power is set to define the next era of fund management. In this tailored special report, developed in conjunction with SEI Investment Manager Services, find out how five key disruptive technological trends today are prompting fund management groups to take a step back, pause, and devise new ways of doing business.

The 'SEI: Five key trends in disruptive technology' special report comprises 6 separate articles listed below, these can be read individually or as a sequence.

James Williams, Hedgeweek

SEI identifies five key trends in disruptive technology

Wed, 04/01/2017 - 12:44

The pace of technological change is unrelenting. The Internet of Things and the rise of the gig economy are changing the way that businesses and consumers interact with each other. It is therefore incumbent upon the asset management industry to embrace technological change and reimagine what is a tried and tested business model. More than ever, fund managers are having to innovate to operate more efficiently, more transparently, and in closer harmony with their end investors.  »

Ross Ellis

Five key trends in disruptive technology - No1: Watsonisation

Mon, 19/09/2016 - 14:46

In the first of a five-part series, SEI discusses the impact of five disruptive technologies and how they can be applied to the financial industry. The first of these five trends relates to IBM Watson, and the power of cognitive computing.  »

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Five key trends in disruptive technology - No2: Googlisation

Wed, 19/10/2016 - 12:49

Asset management has always been an information-based business and as such, managers are not immune to facing innovative and disruptive forces making inroads in other industries.   »

Ross Ellis, SEI

Five key trends in disruptive technology - No3: Amazonisation

Mon, 24/10/2016 - 11:45

One of the clear benefits to the increased proliferation of platforms, which offer infrastructure-as-a-solution, is that it is helping start-up and emerging fund managers compete on a level playing field with larger entities.  »

Ross Ellis, SEI

Five key trends in disruptive technology - No4: Uberisation

Thu, 10/11/2016 - 12:39

Sat here writing this article in one of London’s many coffee shops there are at least half a dozen others tapping away on their MacBooks. By 2020, it is estimated that 40 to 50 per cent of the global workforce will work for themselves, in a freelance or independent consultant capacity, collaborating with people on platforms to deliver a particular service or solution.  »

Ross Ellis, SEI

Five key trends in disruptive technology - No5: Twitterisation

Tue, 29/11/2016 - 13:22

Meaningful conversations create value. With the proliferation of information sharing and communications platforms, ranging from Vine and Instagram to Snapchat, Dropbox, Pinterest and, of course, Twitter, individuals and businesses (think fashion houses, advertising agencies, media organisations) have many ways to connect and interact across the globe.  »

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