Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) chief executive Martin Wheatley has once again thrown his weight behind the idea of computerised advice, as he predicted a financial services future shaped by software developers, computer programmers and economists.
Speaking at a Lansons conference on Tuesday, Wheatley (pictured) heralded "a defining moment" for automated advice - a new priority for the regulator - as The Royal Society revealed on Monday a computer...
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