Radically different models to reframe future of advice - EY

Julia Bahr
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The global market for wealth advice is poised for transformation and the appetite for wealth services is set to expand through the 2020s, according to a paper from EY Financial Services.  The firm's latest report, which examines the future models of wealth and private banking, said the new paradigms for advice will redefine client experiences while reducing cost to serve.   According to the research, client expectations were expected to grow by more than 40% between 2020 and 2025. Demand for sophisticated products and services among affluent and high net worth clients was also expecte...

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