Embracing the future
The key to remaining relevant in a rapidly evolving industry, writes Steven Furtado, is leaning into the change
Who's afraid of the robo-advisor?
The trepidation surrounding robo-advisors misses the point, writes Rob McClelland, which is that there’s no replacing human connection
The power of word of mouth
Anyone who thinks robo-advisors are the future needs to remember the oldest form of communication, writes Jin Won Choi
Where’s the love for energy stocks?
By turning their backs on the energy sector, investors are missing out one of the most lucrative investment opportunities in decades, writes Eric Nuttall
Every bit as good
Despite its volatility, Bitcoin makes for a compelling alternative asset, argue Fred Pye and Jack Tatar
A generation set up for failure?
Much like millennials have changed the way we work, soon they will change the way we lead. Hiam Sakakini suggests the old leadership development models will not work for this generation
The reality of robo-advisors
Robo-advisors won't swallow up the market, writes Jason Pereira - but they will force a complacent industry to reinvent itself
Matthew Rodier, winner of the IIAC’s Top Under 40 Award, discusses what it takes for a young advisor to build a successful practice
Wrestling with responsibility
As responsible investing becomes more widespread, writes Ryan Colwell, advisors must be fully informed about what they’re signing their clients up for
Rise of the machines
Now that artificial intelligence is taking hold across asset management, should portfolio managers be concerned about their future?