The UK financial services market will see the entry of eight large-scale robo-advisers, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said.
Executive director of strategy and competition Christopher Woolard said the regulator's advice unit has started to work with nine firms on creating automated advice models. Of these nine firms, eight...
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