As a finalist in this year’s Accenture Asia-Pacific Fintech Innovation Lab Accelerator Program, we are proud to introduce our video below, which explains why we are so passionate about e-wealth management. Our CEO, Charles Wong, explains why we are unique, and how Privé Managers, our wealth and asset management solution, has evolved from an idea to an award-winning and industry-recognized platform that was selected to present in this year’s demo day.
In our video, Charles details his journey to virtualize the wealth and asset management industry through providing a unified FinTech platform for investable assets, strategies, thematic baskets, virtual funds and asset management services to financial intermediaries and their end clients. He also describes how he believed that the lack of any solution at the start of his journey led him and Julian Schillinger, his co-founder and CTO, to become the pioneers and change-makers within the wealth and asset management ecosystem.
“The journey hasn’t been easy.” Charles said. “When you are doing a start-up, you are actually trying to prove to current industry practitioners what is being done now could be done better. In order to make a change, we have to be the people carrying the torch and persuade others to believe in what we are doing.”
ABOUT PRIVÉ MANAGERS
Privé Managers is a modular solution for the wealth and asset management industry and comprises five state-of-the-art modules powered by its bionic advisory engine, which are wealth planning, risk profiling, investment exploration, algorithmic optimization and personal reporting. Privé serves a range of wealth management clients across Asia and Europe, including external asset managers, multi-family offices and banks by offering a wide range of connectivity options to custodial and distribution platforms. To learn more about Privé Managers please visit us on www.privemanagers.com or www.bionicadvisory.com.
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