Wealth and Asset Management

 

In the wealth sector, aligning products, recommendations and advice to clients’ risk appetite and consolidating back office work in order to spend more time with clients are some of the topics on firms’ radars.

Huntswood helps firms across the wealth and asset management sector to embed new regulation, ensuring this activity improves investor experience whilst also maintaining and enhancing firms’ commerciality. Our experts can also perform regulatory due diligence to provide assurance for purchasers or vendors when it comes to mergers and acquisitions.

We can also provide paraplanning resource to reduce the time implications of administration and research, and can also undertake full past business reviews, use outcomes testing to enhance ongoing product design and embed a proven approach to detecting financial crime.

Where business change outside of ‘business as usual’ is concerned, Huntswood can provide change programmes, managed resource and specialists for niche roles.

We provide expert insight to help firms in this sector keep up to date with regulatory and industry developments.  Through blogs, videos, infographics and reports, we cover a wide range of issues including SM&CR, advice and suitability, culture and financial crime.

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