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  1. After the frantic pace of day one, T3 became more reflective during its second day. A range of key industry thought leaders provided challenge and analysis that put many of the previous day's announcements in suitable context. What follows is a summary of just a few of the key messages and insights shared. The tone was set by industry veteran Bob Veres www.bobveres.com @Bobveres. Clearly unafraid of challenging conventional wisdom Veres began by pointing out that growth in the investment industry is stalling as planners are failing to build models and services that are attractive to mill
  2. The first full morning of T3 2017 saw a cacophony of announcements worthy of the opening 30 minutes of Saving Private Ryan. The morning seemed to encompass an endless stream of outstanding product innovation and stunning research conclusions, making a clear case for a very different future for how financial advice is delivered. Many of these warrant extensive analysis in their own right but I'll try and keep this summary concise and readable and focus on the highlights. First up Riskalyse presented their new Premier product with a whole range of additional features including Client D
  3. This week's Technology Tools for Today conference in Orange County California got off to a great start yesterday afternoon with outstanding presentations from conference host and all round US advisor tech guru Joel Bruckenstein and Investment News associate publisher Mark Bruno each presenting key findings from recent research on the use of technology by American advisors. Bruno kicked off the session with a summary of key findings from the Investment News 2017 advisor technology survey. This is the latest iteration of the biannual study which the company has been conducting since 2011 gi