Out now! AltFi’s Digital Wealth State of the Market Report 2020
Our 36-page deep dive on digital wealth is the most comprehensive overview of the industry yet.
The last 12 months have been hugely impactful for the digital wealth sector.
AltFi’s Digital Wealth State of the Market Report offers the most comprehensive overview of the digitisation of the wealth management landscape in 2020.
What will be the long-term impact of 2020 on wealth management? How are consumers changing their investment habits? What technologies are rising to the fore, and which countries are leading in the digitisation of our industry?
Our landmark report answers these questions and more, taking a look at everything from the adoption of Open Banking to the changing digital wealth decisions of consumers in 2020.
It explores what Europe needs to do in order to keep pace with North America and China’s leading adoption of digital technologies in wealth management, and how the advice gap is holding consumers back.
Get exclusive access to our 36-page Digital Wealth State of the Market Report today.
With topics including:
The AltFi Investment Survey
Our partners at Opinium asked 2,000 UK adults about their digital wealth decisions in 2020, and how the Covid-19 pandemic is causing them to save and invest differently.
What can European wealth platforms learn from America, arguably the global leader in digital wealth adoption.
Taking PensionBee Public
Trends In European Wealth And Savings
2020 was a big year for digital wealth, even before Covid, with industry consolidation and a rise in ethical investing among the biggest trends.
Open Banking’s Tipping-Point
The powerful promise of Open Banking is starting to be put into practice by forward-thinking wealth managers.
And much, much more…
Get your copy of the AltFi Digital Wealth State of the Market Report 2020 now.
And don't miss the launch webinar!
We're also hosting a launch webinar to mark the 2020 edition of the report on 3 November where our team and some of the report's contributors including Seccl, Opinium and Wealthsimple will be discussing its findings in more detail and answering your questions.