Financial advisors today are rightfully concerned about the growing adoption of robo-advisors among new, younger clients, as it also coincides with the wealth transfer from an aging generation, according to a report by Deloitte Consulting.
In addition, the newer generation expects to be treated as unique individuals, wants control of decisions, accesses on-demand advice, seeks data independently and perceives risks as downside, according to the report.
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