BlackRock's recent acquisition of FutureAdvisor has generated a lot of speculation about whether other robo advisors might be up for grabs, or if it means the world's largest asset manager is now going to compete with advisors as a robo.
However, I believe the deal is indicative of investors’ expectation that financial services providers should deliver modern and intuitive wealth management technology.
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