Tag: Robo Advice
Posted on May 8, 2019
Although initially seen as a disruptor to the financial services industry, digital investing and robo advisors continue to expand markets, engage previously underserved clients, and encourage traditional wealth managers to embrace technology.
This past quarter we spoke with Karen Wimbish, Head of Product for U.S. Bancorp Investments and Financial Planning, about her experience with Automated Investor, U.S. Bank’s digital investing platform.Read More…
Posted on May 1, 2019
SoFi, a company originally built on consolidating student loan debt, has been aggressively expanding into other consumer finance markets. They first launched their robo investing platform in 2017, followed by their cash account offering in 2018, and a self-directed brokerage platform with no-commission trading earlier this year.
“Although SoFi has a suite of undeniably compelling products, we question whether their customers are their top priority”
Posted on January 23, 2019
“As interest and adoption grows among banks and advisors, so does activity in B2B robo advice products.”
As interest and adoption grows among banks and advisors, so does activity in B2B robo advice products. We have witnessed a slew of acquisitions and consolidations in the industry, as asset managers and incumbent institutions attempt to better position themselves for the expansion of the digital advice industry.Read More…