bankingciooutlook

Ways Technology Reshapes Wealth Management

James Robertson, Banking CIO Outlook | Tuesday, May 03, 2022

The use of technology has led to the rapid evolution of wealth management, as automation has improved everything from suggesting the right stocks to tracking and monitoring one's investment portfolio

Fremont, CA: Technology has advanced tremendously in recent years, allowing for innovative solutions that have radically altered the way several industries operate. The wealth management industry is the most recent in a long line of industries that have adapted and evolved in response to futuristic technological solutions. The days of wealth managers and financial advisors spending hours poring over spreadsheets and formulas to perform calculations and analysis may be over. Artificial intelligence (AI) has rendered these traditional methods of wealth management nearly obsolete.

Let us look at how wealth management has evolved with technology.

Process Automation and Digital Identification

This is one of the most significant ways in which wealth management has evolved as a result of the introduction of cutting-edge technological solutions. Previously, wealth management relied heavily on manual client onboarding processes, which not only took time but also increased the volume of paperwork for both the wealth manager and the customer.

With the introduction of digital identification methods such as paperless Aadhaar e-KYC, the practice of wealth management has evolved from reliance on manual intervention to completely automated operations. Furthermore, the wealth management industry has intelligently utilized the automation of processes through the use of Artificial Intelligence to onboard clients. The entire process of client introduction and management has now become effortless as a result of this excellent use of technology. In fact, the entire process now takes only a couple of hours, as opposed to several days with traditional methods.

Automated Investment

The incorporation of technology into wealth management extends beyond client onboarding. Wealth management professionals are increasingly relying on Artificial Intelligence to assist them in advising and managing their clients' investments. The automation of these core services enables the wealth management industry to provide clients with a personalized service experience powered by AI.

Because AI handles all of the back-end processes involved in investment and portfolio advisory and management, the results are highly objective and unbiased. It also adds more discipline to the process of wealth creation and management, allowing one to enjoy higher returns without being hampered by human bias. The use of technology has led to the rapid evolution of wealth management, as automation has improved everything from suggesting the right stocks to tracking and monitoring one's investment portfolio.

Weekly Brief

Read Also