Profile Software, an international financial solutions provider, today announced its sponsorship of the Middle East Wealth Management Forum organized by Hubbis, taking place on the 24th of January at the Ritz Carlton, DIFC in Dubai, UAE. Profile’s executives will demonstrate the client centric and innovative platforms that address the Wealth Management industry requirements.
Profile supports thought provoking industry leading events for the Wealth Management domain to further enhance its regional operations. In the Middle East Wealth Management Forum, Profile is taking part in the panel discussion entitled “Are we ripe for disruption?”with its Global Sales Director to discuss the contribution of technology in the wealth management industry, the use of fintech tools, alternative collaboration options and importance of client experience.
Furthermore, at the Profile stand, professional delegates will be able to discuss and take a snapshot of the company’s cutting-edge and newly launched technology platforms that enable fast and accurate performance, enhance client experience and business agility. These solutions include:
- IMSplus: the award-winning investment management platform that comprehensively and modularly covers the areas of Wealth Management, Asset and Fund Management, and Insurance Investment Management.
- Axia: the web-based omni-channel solution for wealth management and family office offers a rich set of functionality and various deployment options. It incorporates a client onboarding solution to meet industry needs for agile operations.
- FMS.next: the comprehensive banking platform that effectively covers Core and Islamic Banking requirements, as well as P2P Lending with a successful track record.
Hubbis events are attended by senior management of major banking and financial institutions, and more. This event is for anyone servicing wealthy clients – including Retail Banks, Private Banks, IFAs, Family Offices, Insurance Companies, and other Independent Wealth Management Firms.
The agenda will address some of the challenging issues to developing a profitable business with a value proposition that makes sense in today’s environment. These may include: client engagement, robo-advisers and fintechs, evolving the IFA proposition – what’s the real potential in the Middle East, transparency, next generation HNWIs’ expectations.