IRESS is a principal supplier of innovative technology for wealth management, financial markets and the mortgage industry in the United Kingdom, Australia, Asia, New Zealand, Canada, and South Africa.
All product streams support a diverse range of roles and offer front, middle and back-office functionality for clients that range from financial service institutions through to independent operators.
IRESS is a progressive, service-based organisation that employs over 1340 staff globally, with local knowledge and industry experience
IRESS strives for excellence in relationships with clients and industry bodies alike. IRESS is client-driven, responsive and promotes a culture that supports working with customers and the industry to face challenges and keep pace with industry developments.
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The future of wealth management isn’t automated or robotic, it’s personalised. That’s a big challenge for wealth managers when lower fees, time pressures, and legacy technology are making the delivery of a bespoke client service so much harder to do and justify. Watch this webinar to hear leading
It turns out robo-advice means different things to different people, and to some means absolutely nothing at all. So if there is no robot, and no advice, what precisely is there? And why are some predicting it – whatever it is – will run roughshod over traditional face-to-face advice?
The RDR set out to transform the world of retail investment advice. Will the launch of the Financial Advice Market Review (FAMR) offer up an uncomfortable truth about the RDR? Watch Professional Adviser and technology provider IRESS examine the legacy of RDR in this exclusive web seminar.
Digitalisation has meant the needs and demands of consumers have undergone a seismic shift in the last decade. In this report, we examine how consumers interact with financial services and, more importantly, how they want to interact in the future.
IRESS have now published the fourth edition of their At Retirement Report, marking changes in the 'at retirement' space, and how this is impacting decision-making and retirees' returns.
In this webinar, financial services software provider IRESS in partnership with Professional Adviser discusses the evolution of assessing client suitability, including capacity for loss and financial capability and why fintech mustn’t permit advisers to abdicate responsibility for the advice.