Capita has teamed up with Qwil Messenger to offer a "rapid launch" proposition for wealth management and private banking clients. The intention is to help get clients live in a matter of weeks, to drive adoption and to enable them to generate immediate benefits all for a fixed price.
Fintal are delighted to partner with Qwil Messenger to provide the quality wrapper for transformation and integration projects with their platform. Chat as a medium is overtaking other forms of communication and private banking and wealth management firms are looking to leverage Qwil’s regulatory compliant and secure chat solution to improve the way they operate and communicate. Fintal provides the quality and delivery expertise to streamline Qwil implementations.
Ten10 is the UK’s leading independent Quality Engineering and Software Testing consultancy. They are one of our integration partners applying our teams of exceptional consultants and engineers who provide innovative solutions to ensure Qwil Messenger's clients can deliver with confidence.
Business is booming for companies who provide remote working solutions, but as the unprecedented experiment in home working enters its fourth week in the UK, the stakes are higher than ever, says Laurent Guyot of Qwil Messenger
The cyber risk level has increased this week on the back of Coronavirus as criminals have launched email phishing attacks to steal private information. The US secret service stated criminals are posing as legitimate medical and health organisations to mass disseminate emails tricking individuals to install malware and gain access to logins.
Read our feature on Maddyness UK about how the trend to properly support remote working is being accelerated with the spread of the Coronavirus.
MASECO Private Wealth are pleased to announce that they have selected Qwil Messenger, a chat platform to communicate securely with their clients. Their goal is to utilise technological solutions to enhance communications with their clients and employees whilst ensuring compliance with security and data privacy requirements.
Qwil Messenger's CFO, Laurent Guyot was delighted to have been invited to the the Tokyo–London Financial Seminar 2020. It was an honour to meet and discuss opportunities for our secure chat platform in Japan.
Our CFO, Laurent Guyot was delighted to take part in a constructive discussion covering security, data privacy, localisation and transparency between senior Indian parliamentarians and fellow FinTechs on their visit to the The Investment Association.
Qwil Messenger CEO Peter Reading was delighted to be part of a panel at Schroders Personal Wealth yesterday discussing Innovation and WealthTech with Graham Kellen, Charlotte Wood and Daniel Garsin.
Watch Qwil Messenger's CEO Peter Reading share his story with O2’s head of business marketing Zoe Hominick in the latest episode of The Scale-up Series, which is supported by O2 Business and Enterprise Nation.
Qwil Messenger is free for charities and not-for-profit organisations. All organisations, however big or small, are responsible for the privacy and control of their data and our solution makes it easy to comply. Sign-up now at qwilmessenger.com and we will provide you a branded space so you can engage not only between colleagues but externally!
Laurent Guyot was interviewed by Emmanuel Saint-Martin for French Morning USA. One year on...what has changed for Qwil Messenger (a lot), our value proposition and the cooperation with large FIs and corporates. (In French).
Qwil Messenger's team was invited to attend TISA UK annual conference 2019 in London. Looking forward to meeting and discussing how our secure chat solution fits in to the financial world and beyond.
Qwil Messenger featured in Markets Media as Charlotte Wood of Schroders describes how the Investment Management industry is under pressure to innovate, due to lower margins and the need to service clients more effectively.
The Qwil Messenger team was delighted to demo at the Future of Wealth Management event this week hosted by Innovate Finance and Schroders. Great opportunity to meet market participants and our Fintech peers.
Qwil Messenger was delighted to meet the Shanghai Free Trade Zone delegation on their visit to London, invited by The Investment Association. Keith Phillips described how Fintechs are a key part of the IAs Trade & Investment strategy and the way to build bridges for capital markets/buy-side industry - with Shanghai being a top priority.
Qwil Messenger was proud to be invited at The Investment Association annual dinner last night. Chris Cummings (CEO IA) recognised the amazing work the IAVelocity team has done to bring the sector and FinTech together. Both Peter Harrison (Chairman of the IA and CEO of Schroders) and Charles Randell (CBE, Chair, FCA) highlighted the importance of communication across the industry represented in the room.
Qwil Messenger's CFO Laurent Guyot participated in the DocuSign Momentum event yesterday - proud to see our logo up there and in very good company!
Full house for Qwil Messenger in New York - The demo started like this: Across all generations chat is the way we communicate, with family, friends and within the work place. Yet, as a professional when i need to go outside of the firm, email remains the main channel, despite the risks of fraud, hacking and phishing...that's where we come in!
Qwil Messenger's CFO Laurent Guyot discusses with Enterprise Nation and shares some insight into the setup, mindset and processes enabling our company to scale globally.
Following a rigorous selection process, Qwil Messenger is on of five leading FinTech firms selected as part of Velocity, the IA’s innovation hub and FinTech accelerator for the buy-side and asset management industry.
London-based Qwil Messenger has become the latest technology firm to join avaloq.one, the ecosystem from Avaloq. It offers access to the entire Avaloq Community, consisting of 158 banks worldwide which manage assets worth around $4 trillion using Avaloq solutions.
Our CFO, Laurent Guyot was delighted to take the stage last night at Avaloq's first Fintech Tuesday as their Chairman Francisco Fernandez shared his vision of banks, start-ups and core banking platforms working together (facilitated by a few free drinks) - a great launchpad for the avaloq.one ecosystem (where Qwil Messenger is on already!).
Qwil Messenger is pleased to announce the strategic partnership with Melior.AI, the conversational AI solution specialist, to jointly provide a unique assisted and self–service but personalised offering for businesses and their clients.
Qwil Messenger participated in Finovate Europe 2019, and was one of the startups selected to perform a live demonstration to over 1,400 participants in no more than 7 minutes.
F10 provides a mechanism for fostering meaningful collaboration between Startups and F10 corporate members to produce a POC (Proof of Concept) – despite having differing speeds, scales, and mentalities.
Qwil Messenger Director and Strategic CFO, Laurent Guyot, talks to the French Chamber of Great Britain about the problem Qwil solves for many of their members and readers. Access the full magazine here.
Finovate has just announced Qwil Messenger in the first wave of demoing companies in London. We are excited to be selected as one of the 65 "truly innovative" companies presenting to 1,400 industry experts.
We’re exhibiting at the UK’s largest Fintech conference. Get in touch to meet up and try Qwil Messenger for yourself on our stand P-48. Attend our live demo taking place on the centre stage Thursday 6th December at 12.30.
Qwil Messenger was selected by Web Summit to participate on the ALPHA startup track following their assessment of our growth potential, product impact and relevance, team expertise, and “cool factor”.
Schroders has today announced it has taken a minority stake in Qwil Messenger. The undisclosed investment formalises Schroders’ relationship with Qwil, underscoring the firm’s commitment to provide innovative solutions that better serve clients.
We are proud to annouce our membership of the UK Investment Association's FinTech community providing solutions to the asset management and capital markets industry.
REGTECH Analyst named Qwil Messenger as one of the 10 companies which can help your organisation achieve and maintain compliance with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Schroders is today announcing the first fintech start-up to join its global in-residence programme. The Cobalt programme has been designed to help financial services-focused start-ups collaborate with Schroders to support their development.
This year's competition took the form of regionalised demo-based events (Dublin, Miami, Hong Kong, Amsterdam, London, Abu Dhabi, Geneva and Luxembourg) called Innovation Jams with between 7 and 14 participants showcasing their solutions.
The Qwil Messenger team exhibited at the Fintech Connect Live conference 2017 where we conducted hundreds of demos to digital leaders of the major financial institutions.
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A wonderful serenity has taken possession of my entire soul, like these sweet mornings of spring which I enjoy.