If you consider yourself an independent financial adviser, your clients may not completely agree.

So indicates new research from Oaks, Pa.-based SEI. The research shows that nearly three out of four investors regard “independence” as important or somewhat important. But many investors believe that independence in a wealth industry relationship remains “more a hope than an expectation,” according to SEI.

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