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The Adviser Study Tour to reveal secrets of Asia’s dominant brokers

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In October, a group of Australian mortgage and finance brokers will visit Hong Kong to gain a rare insight into how Asia’s most lucrative broking businesses have harnessed technology to dominate their market.

The Study Tour, hosted by The Adviser, will give forward-thinking brokers critical insights into how their international peers dominate their respective marketplaces. This year’s Asia Study Tour will have a core focus on technology and how it has been harnessed to drive sound strategic client retention and acquisition strategies.

The Study Tour spans two days of interactive presentations and seminars revealing how Asian brokers have developed AI strategies to support traditional broking models using robo advice to enhance the client experience.

There are also critical insights revealing how the best brokers have outperformed their competitors in one of the most tightly regulated jurisdictions.

The objective of the tour is to give delegates a critical advantage in Australia through adopting game-changing strategies and understanding how to harness technology that is transforming overseas markets.

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There are still limited places available for this year. If you would like to be a part of the delegation or you would like to find out more about The Adviser’s previous Study Tours, contact Michael Magee or Jordan Coleman on 02 9922 3300 today.

Find out more about The Adviser’s Asia Study Tour via the event website, or read our magazine feature showcasing the highlights of last yeas’s tour in San Francisco.

[Related: Brave New World]

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