In its tenth iteration, this annual report focuses on the relationship between investors and financial services firms. It examines how investors choose their advisors, segmenting investors into those who use an advisor, those who invest through direct providers, and those who invest through their employer-sponsored plans. The report covers the role and importance of financial planning, primary relationships, investor concerns, investor preferences for compensating their advisors, and strategies for addressing and capturing retail investor assets.
Reasons To Purchase:
- Explore the key characteristics of the relationship between investors and advisors
- Understand investors’ preferences regarding all aspects of their financial advice relationships
- Gain insight into managing and optimizing client engagement, as well as fine-tuning a constructive approach to addressing evolving advice needs
- Assess the current market sizing, trends, and growth projections for the digital advice market