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  1. Positioned as the elephant in the room at Invest West, Ric Edelman (Edelman Financial Services) and John Bunch (Financial Engines) discussing how they have joined forces to build the USA’s largest RIA advice service. Self-proclaimed as the first of the robo solutions in the market, the proposition was built to help shift workplace 401K pensions from DB to DC plans and to help with fund selection and rebalancing. 330 registered financial advisers are currently serving more than 10million clients with an impressive 36 billion held in assets. With some advisers servin
  2. After the frantic pace of day one, T3 became more reflective during its second day. A range of key industry thought leaders provided challenge and analysis that put many of the previous day's announcements in suitable context. What follows is a summary of just a few of the key messages and insights shared. The tone was set by industry veteran Bob Veres www.bobveres.com @Bobveres. Clearly unafraid of challenging conventional wisdom Veres began by pointing out that growth in the investment industry is stalling as planners are failing to build models and services that are attractive to mill