So, how do we ensure that we're using technology in the right way to deliver a better financial future for generations to come?
For the remainder of 2021, we’ll be focusing on the role technology plays within long-term savings, now and in the future. We’ll be exploring diversity and inclusion within tech, ethical issues, how we can use tech for good and how we can be innovating and learning from other industries.
On 18 November we brought together an exciting line-up of speakers from a broad range of disciplines to discuss these topics. We will share the recording of the event shortly.
To learn more hear what our Chief Digital Officer, Simon Mortimer has to say.
On 18 November we brought together an exciting line-up of speakers to discuss a wide range of topics. We focused on the role technology plays within long-term savings, now and in the future. We also explored diversity and inclusion within tech, ethical issues, how we can use tech for good and how we can be innovating and learning from other industries.
We were joined by Faith Reynolds, Strategic Adviser to the industry, government and regulators on Fintech, and Femi Owolade-Coombes who shares the Gen Z perspective on how technology can be used to create better futures.
In our seventh episode of The Fintech Feed we discuss ‘Diversity in Tech'. Scott is joined by Gillian Arnold, author of the book 'Women in Tech' and a couple of his colleagues here at Hymans Robertson. You can also catch previous episodes of the show where we discuss AI, Tech for Good and more.
We want to tackle issues and innovative solutions to ensure that long-term savings doesn’t become the industry that tech forgot.
Simon Mortimer - Hymans Robertson