The coronavirus has completely upset the Hungarian savings and investment market, and digitalisation has swiftly conquered places few would have expected before. Online customer service is now an everyday matter, and even those above 60 are feeling increasingly at home in virtual space. But what will remain of all this after the COVID-19 pandemic? Will automated service and DPM continue to gain ground? Or will nothing replace a good private banker?
The expectations of investors regarding risks and returns has also changed, with stock, mixed, absolute return and property funds in higher demand in the market of investment funds, while the emerging Robinhood generation has caused major disruptions in stock markets. What new solutions and services can banks and fund managers offer to service yield-hungry customers? Or is it still enough just to keep the MÁP Plus superbond in their portfolios?
In this virus-ridden world, Portfolio's Investment, Wealth and Savings (IWS) conference will attempt to outline a framework of the investment, wealth management and savings markets in 2021 for investment professionals, private banking consultants and salespeople with the help of renowned domestic and foreign asset managers and market experts.