Adam Nash, digital wealth management's most outspoken proponent, is stepping down from his role as Wealthfront CEO but will remain on its board, a move that surprised many.

Wealthfront co-founder Andy Rachleff, who was CEO when the firm was still known as kaChing, will return as chief executive, according to a company blog he posted Monday.

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