Financial Services in the Era of Acceleration: Aligning to The Speed of Disruptive Change

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Financial Services in the Era of Acceleration:
Aligning to The Speed of Disruptive Change

“The world of banking, insurance, wealth management, and other financial service industries are in an era of hyper-change as the industry comes to be impacted by the speed of innovation of Silicon Valley – and now with AI, it is becoming even faster! Can you keep up the pace?”

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These are a few of the financial industry organizations that have booked Jim Carroll in the past.

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Financial Services in the Era of Acceleration: Aligning to The Speed of Disruptive Change

The trends impacting the banking, financial, investment, and wealth management industry are staggering in scope. The arrival of fast, new, nimble competitors is driven by the speed of innovation and the scope of the opportunity with FinTech leading to massive business model disruption. A collapse of attention spans driven by the next generation of financial consumers and an overwhelming preponderance of short attention spans. The acceleration of the industry to the speed of Silicon Valley as technology takes over every single aspect of the industry. The return of the potential for disintermediation with a vengeance, with sudden new challenges to existing distribution and broker channels. The arrival of a new generation that does not understand the concept of ‘float’, and who expects to be able to apply for an automotive loan and receive approval in under 45 seconds – through their mobile device. Add into this the arrival of AI which promises a tsunami of change and an avalanche of disruption!

Leading financial organizations need crisp insight into the trends which are redefining the sector, and the innovation pathways that will provide opportunities for growth and transformation. Worldwide, they’ve been turning to Futurist Jim Carroll for that insight – his client list boasts many of the most prestigious organizations in the world.

Whether it’s an internal senior leadership meeting, financial services industry conference, broker or distribution network sales meeting, or private wealth management strategy session, Jim Carroll is known worldwide for his ability to outline the fast trends impacting the financial industry now and into the future. He most recently spoke for the family offices of the world’s wealthiest families at a private, invitation-only event in Athens, Greece, with several trillions of dollars of wealth represented in the room.

Jim Carroll has been helping financial organizations in the world understand the tsunami of change that is underway. In his keynote he will put into perspective the real trends impacting the future of financial services, offering critical insight into the key innovation and leadership strategies in a time of disruptive change.

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