The Future of Finance

The Future of Finance


Meeting the leaders in transformative financial services technology. By Motive Partners, in New York City and London.

Adrian Durham (Founder & CEO of FNZ) and Rob Heyvaert (Founder & Managing Partner of Motive Partners) discuss how FNZ is opening up wealth through the power of technology, empowering customers through innovative products, with an extraordinary growth trajectory.

As an introduction, Corey Rainbow, Head of Due Diligence and Value Creation at Motive Partners, and Worth Newman, Vice President Motive Investment Team, offer their insights as to how Motive Partners see the FNZ opportunity.

FNZ has secured US$1.4 billion in new equity funding from Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and Motive Partners earlier this year.

FNZ, the global wealth management platform has US$1.5 trillion in assets under administration, partners with over 650 financial institutions and 8,000 wealth management firms, enabling over 20 million people across all wealth segments to invest in the things they care the most about, on their own terms.


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