It was 2011 when I learned first-hand how reluctant the wealth management industry can be to embrace innovation. 

I was working at a retail bank in London on the strategy and M&A team. After the U.K. payment protection insurance (PPI) scandal, which involved the mis-selling of financial products to retail customers, the bank wanted to develop an automated planning and investment solution that would reduce regulatory risk by standardizing operations.

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