Robo Advisers

At any level of involvement with robo-advisers, advisers must remain cognizant of their compliance responsibilities as well as the ongoing fiduciary duty they owe their clients. The use of robo-advisers may lead to a false sense of security if advisers feel they are relieving themselves of liability with respect to those outsourced functions. This whitepaper outlines the challenges and provides guidance on the use of robo advisers.

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