Survey: Generations X and Y want the old-fashioned touch

08/28/2013 | Financial-Planning.com

Generation X and Y investors may be more old-school than advisors think, according to research by corporate anthropologist Andrea Simon. Individuals ages 35 to 50 said they wanted personalized service and individualized money-management guidance from banks, she says. Advisors trying to woo these individuals as clients should combine personal service with high-tech tools for best results.

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