Increased back-office automation in conjunction with standardised data could bring the cost of advised investing down from 2.2% to 1.5% over the coming years, believes Altus chairman Hugo Thorman (pictured).
Thorman, who was chief executive for the Ascentric platform for nine years before becoming chairman of technology firm Altus, said: "The platform and financial services markets face exciting times - there...
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