Adam Byford

Newman Smith, Amanda
February 2014
Money Marketing;2/20/2014, p31
The article provides insights from Adam Byford, managing director of software firm Capita Financial Software, on technology and self-sufficiency among the client base of the future. Byford said that specialist and bespoke services made for adviser use will be repurposed for consumer use. A brief professional background on Byford is also provided. He also conveyed his thoughts on a protection tool launched by Capita Financial in November 2013.


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