Fidelity Investments had affluent clients in mind last week when it introduced a wide-ranging platform designed to help registered investment advisers (RIAs) better serve those clients with a bevy of new trust services to go along with separately managed accounts (SMAs) and other products tailored to the wealthy.

An expansion of the Boston fund giant's WealthAccess platform, the new program permits trustees to hire Fidelity Personal Trust Co. to act on their behalf administratively while allowing advisers to keep their roles as investment managers.

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