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Kevin is responsible for leading the proposition development of the SEI Wealth PlatformSM in the U.K. and overseeing marketing and client solutions.
With over 30 years of wealth management experience, Kevin spent a number of years at Standard Life, where he was latterly head of platform and e-business development. He has more recently worked in a number of consultancy and advisory roles.
Kevin has a Master of Business Administration from the University of Edinburgh. Additionally, he has the Associateship of the Chartered Insurance Institute (ACII) designation.
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Recent Articles from Kevin Russell
Innovation and Brand in Modern Wealth Management We invited two industry experts to SEI London to share their knowledge
Enhanced KYC and Identity in Wealth Management Two leading experts share their views
Turn 5 Tech Risks into Opportunities How to let risk drive growth-nurturing change
Artificial Intelligence and Wealth Management How Artificial Intelligence (AI) can complement what wealth managers are already doing
3 Generations, 2 Trends: What it Means to the Future of Financial Services What the power of the crowd and the importance of experience over product and price mean for financial services
MiFID II: Understanding your relationships How your relationships will affect your compliance obligations under MiFID II
MiFID II: Multi-fills, Product Governance Reporting, Client Relationship Ownership Some key areas that are part of the extensive reform
The Battle for Middle Britain: Are Client Relationships Still a Key Differentiator for Wealth Managers? One of the major challenges firms face within this highly competitive corner of the wealth market is the size of the pot
MiFID II: An Audience with Stephen Hanks Summary of a workshop with Stephen Hanks of the FCA's markets policy team
MiFID II: Online Periodic Statements: Is Email Enough? Does a firm need to track whether a client access a statement?