Welcome to our SS&C Advent Podcast, covering a wide range of financial technology trends and topics. Let's get started.
We’re excited to announce Tech it Up, an SS&C Advent podcast that covers financial services topics including ESG investing, women in fintech, the new generation of investors, selling strategies, technology, and more. In each podcast episode, your hosts Sarah Johnson and Trent Berry from SS&C Advent bring you new ideas through our community of industry leaders and influencers to intrigue, inform and inspire you through casual and thought-provoking conversations.
- G1 vs G2 Advisors Selling Strategies and Technology | Do Millennials Know All?
- U.S. Wealth Advisors ESG Investing | New Investors are Walking the Walk
- Marketing to New Investors and Retaining the Old
- Commission-Free Annuities | A Game Changer
- Women in Fintech
- ... and more!
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Sarah is part of SS&C Advent’s advisory marketing team, with her primary focus being the Black Diamond® Wealth Platform. Along with writing and managing sales enablement content, she also develops client communications, coordinates webinars, and portrays the value of integration through her work with complementary partner solutions. Sarah began her marketing career in financial services in 2009, holding roles at Atlantic Coast Bank and TIAA Bank before transitioning to financial technology in 2018 when she started with SS&C Advent. She holds a BBA in management with a minor in communications from the University of North Florida.
Host | SS&C Advent
Informally known as ”The Voice of University,” Trent Berry joined SS&C Advent at the turn of the century in 2000, having previously worked in Support and Consulting before occupying his current long standing role as Advent’s Senior Instructional Designer As such, he is responsible for client and employee training for products such as APX, Axys, and Geneva. In his spare time when not working or perfecting French cooking techniques in his kitchen, Trent owns and operates Dreamrack Studios, a professional recording studio in San Francisco where he can be found producing and engineering music for various artists.