The list of asset managers with a stake in robo advice platforms continues to grow.

The latest to join the digital advice club is Legg Mason, which revealed this month it had taken an 82% stake in robo platform Financial Guard, in an effort to create an alternative avenue for distribution as well as shore up its ability to meet the requirements of the new DoL fiduciary rule.

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