FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- As regulators begin examining robo advice offerings, firms developing financial software and digital platforms say advisors who are transparent about how they use such tools have nothing to worry about.
Some executives and industry insiders even question the value of relying on a questionnaire to determine risk tolerance and make recommendations -- a method that has attracted scrutiny from critics of automated advice.
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