In a volatile climate, advisors have much to gain by harnessing data more effectively. From cost savings to improved forecasting, the benefits of data aggregation and data analysis can be considerable. Download this white paper to learn how to use data to better support your clients.
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In this paper we will explore these industry dynamics and how successful advisors of the future will evolve their value proposition from making investment product recommendations to meeting the digital expectations of the consumer while also engaging clients in a more comprehensive conversation about the important goals and aspirations they have for their wealth— delivering a lifecycle of advice. This unique industry inflexion point is what we see as the Fiduciary Opportunity.
Advisory firms rethinking their approach to consumer-centric digital solutions will want to gravitate toward highly-engaging tools that meet the demands of different client segments. A successful transition includes eight steps that comprise a path toward embracing digital.
Recent market volatility has prompted many advisors to mount an aggressive stance against portfolio risk. But a better time to address risk and volatility is during portfolio construction. Being proactive, rather than reacting to market conditions, can position client portfolios to limit downside losses and participate in the prospective upside.
Registered investment advisors, tasked with making money for their clients, also must be mindful of their own bottom line.1 Those who are most successful are particularly adept at marshalling their resources to concentrate on revenue-generating activities. According to a recent study, 75% of their efforts comprise managing investments, expanding existing client relationships, and garnering new opportunities. Rather than becoming entrenched in the quagmire of time-consuming administrative, compliance, training, and back-office tasks, they mobilize outsourcing services to manage them, so they can stay focused on serving clients and increasing profits.
When comparing registered investment advisors (RIA) practices that have similar team sizes, practices with some level of technology integration have, on average, more than double the amount of client assets had by practices without technology integration.