We are delighted to announce the publication of our Middle East WealthTech Landscape Report for 2023. As with each of the reports published in our ongoing WealthTech Landscape Report Series (WTLRs), our goal with the Middle East WTLR 2023 is to, first of all, highlight the most relevant and impactful technology topics for the Middle East wealth management market. Secondly, we want to showcase the depth, breadth, and growing range of technology and related solution providers available to the Middle East and global wealth management community.
The report includes key data insights into the Middle East marketplace, a collection of articles and interviews segmented by our three-pillar content structure – the client, the advisor, and the business. The client section features insight from Finsbury Wealth, HAYAH Insurance, and Azentio and is focused on the lifeblood of the industry, the client and the role that technology plays in delivering on their needs and expectations. The advisor section provides perspectives from GSB Private, Wealth Dynamix, and Moxo on how advisors are being enabled with the technological tools and processes to best do their jobs for the benefit of themselves, the client and the business. The business section includes Ernst & Young, Ocorian, Eton Solutions, and Velexa to focus the lens on the business of wealth management, especially considering the broad role of technology across the different business models and requirements of the modern wealth management industry.
We have also included eight solution provider profiles and an A-Z directory including 500+ solution providers relevant to the Middle East wealth management marketplace. Each of these businesses has a business and solution profile hosted in our online Solution Provider Directory (SPD).
While this report is a one-time showcase of this market, our online directory is available 24/7, 365 days a year, as a digital host of solution provider profiles, solutions, and a range of knowledge resources. Whatever your profile, this resource has been built according to the business needs of firms in the Middle East and the broader wealth management community worldwide.
Ultimately, the global wealth management community must effectively leverage technology in all business areas to survive and thrive. The need to reach out and collaborate with a multitude of vendors to achieve a broad set of goals across the wealth management community is becoming widely accepted. The missing piece of the puzzle is the visibility between the vendors and the wealth managers – and this is the purpose of The Wealth Mosaic.
We hope you find value in this report and look forward to continuing to bring you more insight into technology and wealth management in the future. If you are interested in featuring in the next issue of this report series, please don't hesitate to get in touch at email@example.com.
Interested in reading more? You can download this year’s issue of the Middle East WealthTech Landscape Report here.