For this special section, Bank Stars on the Rise, we asked our young nominees several questions to help gauge our decisions. One question that generated some interesting replies focused on the parts of their jobs that they felt were new. That is, something that earlier generations did not have to contend with. (We asked that they exclude technology, which is constantly changing in nearly every industry.)

Several replied that with the deluge of financial information today, there are many more do-it-yourself investors than ever before. True, that's a major difference, although it sounds awfully close to a technology answer. Same with robos, which are indeed a phenomenon that older advisers didn’t deal with when they began their careers.

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