The entrance of another low-cost digital advice offering from Schwab demonstrates a peril for any provider trying to eke out a position in the digital wealth management market: offering advice cheaply isn't going to be enough to stay competitive.
But the premise was flimsy to begin with, says Uday Singh, a partner at the financial institutions practice of AT Kearney.
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