Banks eager to offer financial advisory services typically bring in a small team of advisers, often partnering with a third-party broker-dealer to do so. Not Cambridge Savings Bank. The Boston bank chose to hire a robo instead.
Cambridge Savings teamed up with SigFig, an automated advice platform provider, with the goal of winning business from customers with less than $1 million in investable assets.
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