FCS YMC TALKS: Robos and Humans – Destined Together or Foes Forever?
The FCS Young Members Circle (YMC) continues its free virtual event series with a panel discussion on Robos and Humans – Destined Together or Foes Forever? on Tuesday, May 17, beginning at 12:00pm ET.
We're delighted to announce that our confirmed panelists include:
- Kim Rosenblum, Chief Marketing Officer, Betterment
- Lindsey Bell, Chief Markets & Money Strategist, Ally
Our moderator will be Jackie DeAngelis, Financial Correspondent, FOX Business.
Since their emergence in 2008, robo-advisors have made a name for themselves within the financial services industry. With rapid digitalization in financial services continuing to unfold, and wealth continuing to transfer into the hands of younger and younger investors, there’s no doubt that the robo-revolution will continue to make headlines in the years ahead. But the doom and gloom that was once predicted for more traditional financial services has yet to transpire. Over the most recent years, acquisitions, new entrants and the global pandemic have created a frenzy of competition – as well as a question – can robo-advisors really replace the human-to-human connection, or do robos need to integrate a human touch to survive?
Join our virtual event to hear our panel of experts discuss:
- The future of the investment management landscape
- The rise of the hybrid robo model and its impact on the industry
- How leading industry marketers are positioning their products to win in a crowded and rapidly evolving environment
This free event is open to all FCS and YMC members as well as our industry colleagues. VIDEO REPLAY
Special thanks to FOX Business for their support as the exclusive programming partner for this event.
Chief Marketing Officer
Kim Rosenblum is Chief Marketing Officer at Betterment, which she joined in 2021.
Chief Markets & Money Strategist
Lindsey Bell, Ally’s chief markets & money strategist, is an award-winning investment professional with a passion for personal finance and nearly 20 years of Wall Street experience. Bell’s unique ability to connect the dots between data and real life and craft bite-sized money ideas that people can use and apply stems from her deep background as an analyst, researcher and portfolio manager at organizations including JP Morgan and Deutsche Bank. She is known for demonstrating why and how an understanding of all things money improves a person’s finances and overall wellbeing. An ongoing CNBC contributor, Bell empowers consumers and investors across all walks of life and frequently shares her insights with the Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, Kiplinger’s, Forbes and Business Insider. She also serves on the board of Better Investing, a non-profit focused on investment education.
Jackie DeAngelis joined the FOX Business Network (FBN) as a financial correspondent in April 2019. In this capacity, she covers breaking business news out of the network’s headquarters in New York. Prior to joining FBN, DeAngelis spent 13 years at CNBC where she was the network’s chief energy correspondent as well as the anchor of online commodities program, Futures Now. Throughout her tenure, DeAngelis contributed market reports across CNBC’s daily programming as well as covered the economic impact of events such as, Hurricane Irma, Hurricane Harvey and the Dakota Access Pipeline protests. From 2010 to 2011, DeAngelis was stationed in the Middle East where she interviewed business titans like, OPEC Secretary General Abdalla El-Badri and Saudi Arabian Finance Minister Ibrahi Al-Assaf for CNBC International. Earlier in her career, DeAngelis served as CNBC’s Director of Strategic Programming and Development where her Investing in America: A CNBC Town Hall Event with President Obama special was nominated for an Emmy Award. In this capacity, she also produced various network exclusives featuring industry titans including Berkshire Hathaway Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett, former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and President Bill Clinton, among others. In December 2018, DeAngelis left CNBC for Yahoo Finance where she served as the anchor of the midday program The Ticker. In this role, DeAngelis broke down the top financial stories driving the day while also conducting interviews with business leaders and industry experts including U.S. Shell President Gretchen Watkins and JPMorgan Chief Economist Anthony Chan. A Cum Laude graduate of Cornell University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Asian studies and history, DeAngelis also holds a Juris Doctor from Rutgers School of Law. She got her start in business as a technology analyst for Oaktree Capital Management where she identified investment opportunities in emerging markets. She is fluent in both Mandarin and Farsi.
Exclusive Programming Partner:FOX Business