As RIA firms grow and attract larger customers, $2 million in client AUM is the cut-off above which pricing rises favorably for RIAs, according to a new study.

“In general, smaller firms may use competitive pricing as a means to grow aggressively,” according to the authors of the study by Fidelity Institutional Wealth Services, which polled 308 RIA firms last spring.

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