Adrian Durham, FNZ Group CEO, shares his insights on the future of the wealth management industry, including the importance of transparency, personalization, and market leading technology - and how these factors play a crucial role in creating a better experience for all. He also highlights how FNZ is re-aligning the industry value-chain to better serve the needs of today’s investors.
Adrian is the founder and Group CEO of FNZ Group and has overseen the development of the company since it started in 2003. He is currently based in the company’s Munich office.
Prior to founding FNZ, he worked as an equity analyst for what at the time was Credit Suisse NZ now First NZ Capital.
Adrian has a BSc (Hons 1st Class) in physics and mathematics, and a BMus in performance piano, both from Victoria University Wellington.
David Armstrong is editor-in-chief and executive director of content for Informa’s Wealthmanagement.com, a leading information portal for financial advisors. He’s a longtime business journalist who spent 10 years at Forbes magazine, and previously held reporting positions at Foxnews.com and McGraw-Hill. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
With over $1.5 trillion in assets under administration, FNZ is the global platform provider in the wealth management sector, partnering with over 650 financial institutions and over 8,000 wealth management firms. FNZ’s mission is to open-up wealth, empowering all people to create wealth through personal investment, aligned with things they care about the most, on their own terms.