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Blockchain tech opportunities for 2018

The next digital edition of Private Banker International will focus on the exciting opportunities that blockchain technology offers private banking and wealth management.

It will also examine how private banks and wealth managers should deal with the hype surrounding Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies and whether financial institutions are experiencing significant demand for access to these platforms from clients.

The next issue will also review the latest artificial intelligence, robo-advice and chatbot innovations around the world impacting the world of private banking and wealth management.

Finally, the next issue will analyse the latest trends in sustainable investments and impact investing as investors increasingly want to ensure their business, investment and personal practices make the world better.

Key topics of focus in the next edition will include:

  • Reviewing the opportunities blockchain technology offers private banks and wealth managers
  • Examining the viability and client demand for Bitcoin and cryptocurrency  platforms
  • The latest key AI, robo-advice and chatbot innovations shaping the private banking and wealth management sector
  • Analysis of the latest trends in sustainable investments and impact investing why this increasingly matters to investors
  • List of winners from Private Banker International’s Switzerland Awards 2017
  • All the latest analysis from the analyst team at GlobalData Financial Services

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