Rep-as-advisor managed accounts have been steadily growing in popularity and will continue to do so in the short-term, but Cerulli Associates see growth dampening because of the account’s nondiscretionary nature.

Rep-as-advisor accounts are nondiscretionary advisory accounts where the advisor acts as a fiduciary and provides advice, but must get approval from the client for any investment changes.

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