Wealth managers, as a group, have not grasped the extent to which the financial markets have fundamentally changed in the wake of the 2008-2009 downturn, according to a survey of 130 wealth managers.

“[A] segment of wealth managers appear to live in denial, clinging to investment methodologies that have patently failed twice over the past decade and are likely to fall short again,” the authors of a white paper accompanying the survey results wrote.

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