F&TRC launches first robo-advice comparison site

Run by personal finance specialist Ian McKenna

Hannah Godfrey
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F&TRC launches first robo-advice comparison site

The Finance & Technology Research Centre (F&TRC) has launched a digital wealth comparison site providing analysis of the UK automated financial services market and its key players.

Digital Wealth Insights draws from the business-to-business, direct-to-consumer and adviser software sectors and measures automated services against a set of benchmarks. In addition, it provides a directory of digital propositions, including robo-advisers, both in the UK and around the world. The directory is split into four categories: non-advised investment, which currently includes Hargreaves Lansdown and Nutmeg; advised investment, including Munnypot; personal financial managers, including...

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