Innovation in robo-advice solutions in the UK could be hampered if there is a never-ending debate on whether they involve the provision of regulated financial advice or merely guide consumers, writes Yvonne Dunn.
Robo-advice tools have the potential to help address the UK's ‘advice gap', which was highlighted in the Financial Advice Market Review (FAMR) published earlier this year. The term refers to the number...
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