Most Americans—including millionaires—don’t consider themselves wealthy and are worried about inflation and a possible recession, according to a survey commissioned by Edelman Financial Engines.
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Most younger adults in the U.S. plan to work with a financial adviser after inheriting from a family member, according to a new survey by software provider FreeWill.
Advisers can’t take clients for granted—relevance has to be re-earned.
Mobile apps and websites have become the first resources that investors consult to review their investments, make transactions and conduct research, with apps particularly popular among younger generations, according to a new survey by J.D. Power.
The Department of Labor finalized a new rule regarding environmental, social and governance investing and a fiduciary’s proxy voting activity under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act.
Banks are looking to leverage the growing name, image and likeness universe.
Banks of all sizes access the innovation ecosystem through in-house development, fintech partnerships, acquisitions and venture investment. Huntington Bank does all four.
A successful strategy for banks is one that prioritizes personalization and relationship-building via social media.
Last week, the IRS announced that its soon-to-be final regulations on required minimum distributions will apply starting next year.
A recent survey of nearly 1,600 U.S. adults found that nearly two-thirds of respondents are open to the idea of using algorithm-driven financial planning services, or “robo-advisers,” for managing investments but very few do so.