Do robo advice clients understand they're not receiving comprehensive financial planning?
Yes — and as fiduciaries, robos don't require new rules, argues a new white paper supporting digital advice. But a leading critic of digital advice says the argument "reflects an astonishing lack of respect for fiduciary law."
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