Capco: What Robo-Advisors Should Expect From Regulators

What to Expect as a Robo-Advisor

The sizable presence and rising trend towards automated digital advice has led to a disruptive shift in the ways investors and advisors receive and provide financial advice. The growing popularity of robo-advisors, however, has simultaneously intrigued various regulatory bodies.

Since the 2008 financial crisis, safeguarding the financial security of consumers has been a top regulatory priority as illustrated by the enacted Dodd-Frank Act and the DOL

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