Legg Mason’s China and Hong Kong chief says brokers have to shape up if they want to attract investor dollars to their automated financial advisory services. Photo: Shutterstock Legg Mason’s China and Hong Kong chief says brokers have to shape up if they want to attract investor dollars to their automated financial advisory services. Photo: Shutterstock
Legg Mason’s China and Hong Kong chief says brokers have to shape up if they want to attract investor dollars to their automated financial advisory services. Photo: Shutterstock

Hong Kong ‘falling behind’ in race to build up automated financial adviser platforms

Legg Mason’s China chief says the city’s brokers need to be able to a develop comprehensive view of investors’ portfolios to be able to catch up with China and the US in so-called robo-advisory services

Topic |   Artificial intelligence
Legg Mason’s China and Hong Kong chief says brokers have to shape up if they want to attract investor dollars to their automated financial advisory services. Photo: Shutterstock Legg Mason’s China and Hong Kong chief says brokers have to shape up if they want to attract investor dollars to their automated financial advisory services. Photo: Shutterstock
Legg Mason’s China and Hong Kong chief says brokers have to shape up if they want to attract investor dollars to their automated financial advisory services. Photo: Shutterstock
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