Roboadvice will increase the size of the advice market and bring vital tools to financial advisers, and while face-to-face advice will always have a role, some rationalisation will occur within the industry.
Author Archive | Donald Hellyer
Roboadvice disruption could come from anywhere, opening the door for non-traditional providers without incumbents even realising it. When it’s more exciting, it can grab the attention of the previously disengaged.
Hot-desking is sold as a way to break down work cultural barriers and increase collaboration. But while the company enjoys a reduction in costs, it seems the quality of the working environment may be reduced.