Join top industry expert speakers alongside 150+ senior industry leaders to explore the strategic themes of changing platform trends, the science behind multi-variant segmentation, how real-time data-warehouse intelligence dashboarding drives efficiency, and which digital and data approaches to use or avoid to boost sustainable member engagement.
Jamie is the Senior Vice President of Celent’s Insurance practice and is based in the firm's London office. Jamie has led the development of Celent’s innovation framework and has been a major contributor to shaping Celent’s global insurance agenda. His research focuses on IT strategy and the technology challenges facing the European life and pensions market, contributing to the debate around innovation, digital transformation, BPO strategies, the impact of regulation, and, more recently, the emerging fintech arena.
Having spent almost his entire career in the Financial Services sector in both business and technical consulting roles, Martyn has first-hand experience of the challenges facing FS businesses today. As Domain Director for Life & Pensions he is passionate about the possibilities that technology can bring to help deliver the sweeping changes in our industry. Having been with Altus from its earliest days Martyn has developed many of the models and approaches that shape Altus Consulting.
Mark is an expert on all things platforms, pensions and investments. Prolific writer and public speaker, even when people ask him not to be. Professional Adviser Personality of the year 2013.
Phillip joined Aquila Heywood in 2015 with a mandate to lead the business through a new phase of growth and innovation. He brings significant experience in the development and implementation of successful business strategies for financial services technology entities across the UK, Australia, Europe and SE Asia (particularly policy administration systems) and building customer-centric and sustainable business models.
Sir Ranulph Fiennes was, with Charles Burton, the first man to reach both poles by surface travel and, with Mike Stroud, the first to cross the Antarctic Continent unsupported. Fiennes has led over 30 expeditions including the first polar circumnavigation of the Earth, and in 2003 he ran seven marathons in seven days on seven continents in aid of the British Heart Foundation. In 2009 he became the oldest Briton to reach the summit of Everest, raising a total of £6.3m for Marie Curie Cancer Care. The Coldest Journey in 2014 raised £1.3 million for Seeing is Believing. In 2015 he successfully completed the Marathon des Sables raising over £2 million for Marie Curie.