Half of advisers doubt tech will help close advice gap - research

44% do not think technology will solve problem

Sophie King
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VitalityInvest found that the tool that might be able to make the most difference in closing the advice gap would be cashflow modelling.
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VitalityInvest found that the tool that might be able to make the most difference in closing the advice gap would be cashflow modelling.

Almost half of advisers (44%) do not believe technology can play a role in helping to close the advice gap, research conducted by VitalityInvest has found.

The use of technology, with robo-advice at the forefront, has been pushed by proponents as a workable solution to providing mass-market advice at affordable levels. However, the survey of 207 advisers...

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