Robo-advice in its current form is no longer exciting in a technological sense and will not be around for much longer than five years, a technology expert has predicted.
International Financial Data Services director of innovation Phil Goffin said the industry needs to invest more in different types of technology to be able to give consumers what they want. Speaking...
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