The responsibility for people’s financial futures has increasingly been transferred to the individual yet a broad majority of the population remain wary of investing. Asset managers, advisers and pension schemes need to emotionally engage people to make investing not only relevant but also appealing. Technology is by no means the panacea to this challenge but it can be a crucial component of that engagement.
The personal finance landscape has gone through a technological upheaval and yet still seems like it has a long way to go. From thoughtfully designed propositions to tailored user experiences, this episode explores some of the lessons learned from Legal & General’s efforts to ‘engage the nation’ in investing, the ways they’ve invested and developed their technology and what’s the future for the direct-to-consumer industry.
- Helena Morrissey, Head of Personal Investing, L&G
- Steve Davis, Head of Propositions, LGIM Strategy
- Catherine ‘CJ’ Fildes, Senior Communications Manager, L&G
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