Robo-advisers have been disrupting the industry with automated investment formulas and low prices, but do they have an unfair advantage at the regulatory level?
Kara Stein, a commissioner with the Securities and Exchange Commission, wondered in a recent speech how robo advisers can fulfill fiduciary duties and avoid conflicts of interest when they “did not even exist when most of the laws applicable to investment advisers were drafted.”
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