Lang Cat Live
In-person events are back, but that doesn’t mean we have to go back to the old way of doing things.
Here at the lang cat we wanted to make our next conference bigger and better than ever before. The result is #langcatlive, our flagship conference being held at the iconic BAFTA building in London’s Piccadilly on Thursday 10 February 2022.
It will feature the usual thought-provoking content you’ve come to expect from the lang cat, alongside high-profile speakers including none other than Nucleus founder David Ferguson, who’ll reflect on what’s next both for him personally and the financial services industry at large.
We’ll also have a new Question Time slot to get the measure of the financial services market at the consumer, adviser and provider level. This will be moderated by someone (to be revealed) who is well-known for their forthright views and for holding the sector to account.
Our theme this time round is ‘Cui bono?’ or ‘who benefits?’. Each session is dedicated to challenging assumptions about whether current ways of working, products and services are really benefiting the people they were meant for. Expect discussion and debate around issues of pension policy and the big regulatory challenges like PROD and the Consumer Duty, and what this all means for firms.
Of course, this is a lang cat gig. That means there’ll also be heaps of market insight, drawn from both our State of the Adviser Nation report, our back catalogue of platform data as well as our own particular brand of insider knowledge.
While in-person events have made a welcome return, we appreciate not everyone is able to make the trip into London. As a result we’ll be running #langcatlive as a hybrid event, so if you are able to join us face-to-face that’s great, but if not you will also be able to attend online.
If you would like to be the first to hear when our tickets are released then register your interest here.