Jayson Forrest

  • Towards managed account implementation

    Nick Avery FInclear & Chris Wrightson Ironbark

    Nick Avery and Chris Wrightson explain how their business models provide a very different managed account service for advice practices.

  • Transitioning to Managed Accounts

    Deciding to transition to a managed accounts program is the easy bit. However, for advice businesses that are not fully prepared, there can be challenges in implementing this investment solution. John Burton (Lonsec) explores the six critical factors that underscore a successful rollout of managed accounts.


  • Ultra care for ultra high-net-worth clients

    John Woodley (Fitzpatricks Private Wealth), John Barton (MGD Wealth) and moderator, Greg Miller (Wealth Market) explain the challenges and demands of working with ultra high-net-worth clients.


  • Uptake of managed accounts accelerates

    The appetite of investors and financial planners for managed accounts continues to grow, with new client inflows into managed accounts expected to surge over the next  3 years. 70% of Australian financial planners, representing approximately 12,000 practitioners, are now using managed accounts or intend to - up from 44 per cent in 2012

  • Vertical integration and the role of advice

    Vertical integration remains a hot topic of discussion within the industry and one which was keenly discussed by Piers Bolger (Infinity Asset Management/Viridian Financial Group), Matthew Swieconek (Findex) and Paul Forbes (Australian Advice Network) at a recent IMAP webinar on ‘The strategic role of wealth management in a diversified financial services business’


  • We are Morgan Stanley - Licensee Category

    It’s no easy undertaking to win the prestigious Licensee Managed Account category in the IMAP Managed Accounts Awards, but Morgan Stanley Wealth Management Australia has done it for a second consecutive year - a first by any licensee in this category.


  • When AdviceTech meets InvestTech

    Speaking to an audience of around 200 at the IMAP InvestTech 2021 virtual conference, the CEO of WealthO2, Andrew Whelan, outlined the role technology can play in enabling advice practices to achieve scale and efficiency, while reducing many of the common causes of stress for advisers.


  • Working with not-for-profit clients

    Working with not-for-profit organisations can sound attractive, but it comes with very distinct challenges. Alex Pikoulas CFA (Lipman Burgon & Partners), Greg Barter (Findex) and moderator, Greg Miller (Wealth Market), share their views on not-for-profit clients.

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