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It’s the first major broker dealer to use Invesco’s digital advice platform. Invesco, the parent company of UK-based Invesco Perpetual, is continuing to expand into robo-advice and passive investing. Invesco’s digital wealth platform for financial advisors, Jemstep, is partnering with the retail broker dealer and investment arm of American financial services company KeyBank. The move comes just a month after Jemstep signed a deal with Advisor Group, a US network of independent financial advisers.
The future of robo-advice is humanDigital wealth management is likely to combine automation and human advice. When Betterment decided to offer its clients access to a human financial advisor, it marked a growing trend of robo-advice platforms adding a human touch element. Automated wealth platforms or robo-advice is not likely to find its success by just digitalising its services, says Thomas Davenport, a professor of information technology and management at Babson College.
The robo-advice platform has peaked interest from many prominent investors and businessmen. With £600m in assets under management, Nutmeg is one the largest online wealth management platforms in the UK. It hasn’t gotten to that number just by luck. It has backers from some of the leading businessmen and venture capital firms. It’s also one of the few robo platforms that offer an pension option. So who exactly are the ten people who back Nutmeg?
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