A majority of financial advisors say they don’t have access to information needed to give them a complete view of their clients’ finances, according to a new survey from Fiserv (FISV).

Ninety-five percent of advisors say their clients ask about advice on held-away assets, which are accounts not actively managed by someone affiliated with the advisor’s firm. These could include self-directed investments and retirement accounts.

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