Eaton Vance added its name to the growing list of asset management giants buying into robo advice platforms, reinforcing the industry view that digital is a distribution channel for the future.

Eaton Vance led a consortium of investors including New York Life, Bain Capital Ventures and UBS, provided $33 million to San Francisco-based robo adviser SigFig.

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