As online advice firms begin to transform the investment industry, they present challenges and opportunities for Canada’s financial advisors.August 18, 2015
New research suggests that combining the scalability of technology with advisor relationships will enable wealth managers to increase their market position
Online financial advisory services are here, and they are not about to go away. You can survive - and thrive - in the new environment by making so-called "robo-advisors" your friend
Traditional advisors need to emphasize broad-based financial planning, conference told
In this week’s Gaining Altitude, Dan Richards, CEO, Client Insights, discusses how advisors can beat the robo-advisor competion by delivering services that can’t be commoditized.
Regional robo-advisors are growing fast. Many are expanding both geographically and in the services they offer, including special tools designed for traditional advisors
In this week’s Gaining Altitude, Dan Richards, CEO, Client Insights, discusses “robo-advisors” and analyzes the future impact of online competition on full-service advisors.
Whether you view "robo-advisors" as a big overreach by technology or a boon to efficiency and value, there are strategies you can use to hold your own as a professional advisor
Firms that provide online robo-advisory services are extending that service to advisors so that they can focus on serving clients
Four ways to demonstrate your value to clients
This development should be seen as an opportunity