Turbocharging Transparency, Truthfulness and Trustworthiness with Technology

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When

Tuesday, January 26th from 6:00pm until 8:00pm, UK time

Where

Online symposium via Zoom.

Format

There'll be a great line-up of speakers plus ample scope for discussion and debate

Why you should attend

There are many reasons for this sorry state of affairs, and a particularly significant reason is that the financial sector has failed to grasp the very strong correlation between transparency, truthfulness and trustworthiness. 

Technology is a great friend of transparency, truthfulness and trustworthiness. It follows therefore that we should enthusiastically embrace opportunities to harness the transformational power of technology to improve the way the sector operates. 

This symposium is all about organisations with tech that can make a difference so it will be of particular interest to individuals and organisations that authentically align with the idea that tech has a big part to play in transforming the financial ecosystem. 

There are some truly exciting developments just on the horizon that are working their way towards us at great speed; some of them are powerful enough to deserve to be thought of as “Transparency Machines” .

This online symposium will therefore be of great interest to individuals and organisations keen to learn about the type of breakthrough technologies and applications that are entering the market and how they can constructively disrupt the status quo, helping to obliterate the opacity that the financial service sector is sadly still riddled with.

Unfortunately, there is a mountain of independent research, such as the Edelman Trust Barometer, showing that the public do not trust financial services; and therefore do not have confidence in it. That’s a serious and systemic problem for a sector that needs to be trusted to function successfully. 

There are many reasons for this sorry state of affairs, and a particularly significant reason is that the financial services seems to have failed to grasp the very strong correlation between transparency, truthfulness and trustworthiness. 

Furthermore, technology is a great friend of transparency. It follows therefore that we should enthusiastically embrace opportunities to harness the transformational power of technology to turbocharge transparency, truthfulness and trustworthiness. 

There are some truly exciting developments just on the horizon that are working their way towards us at great speed; some of them are powerful enough to deserve to be thought of as “Transparency Machines” .

This online symposium will therefore be of great interest to individuals and organisations keen to learn about the type of breakthrough technologies and applications that are entering the market and how they can constructively disrupt the status quo, helping to obliterate the opacity that the financial service sector is sadly still riddled with.

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