Increasing emphasis on client satisfaction may be changing the way wealth managers get paid and how they are evaluated.

The traditional fee that advisors charge, based on the percentage of assets under management, may be giving way to new client-centric “reward and incentive structures,” according to PwC’s 2013 Global Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey, “Navigating to tomorrow: serving clients and creating value.”

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