10 disruptive trends in wealth management
An industry in change
Understand how a new generation of investors, shifting demographics, increased regulatory burdens, new business models, and heightened competition will all come together and compound the level of disruption the wealth management industry.
10 wealth management disruptors
The wealth management (WM) industry is in the midst of significant change. A new generation of investors with different expectations and preferences that have been shaped by new technologies and living through the last financial crisis, has brought new standards to the industry in terms of how advice and investment products are being delivered. A challenging investment environment, characterized by increased levels of uncertainty and rising costs of risk, is making it harder for advisors to generate superior investment performance for their clients. Shifting demographics with the aging of advisors and an upcoming transfer of wealth from baby boomers to their children will upset many established advisor/client relationships and create opportunities for new firms to grow market share. And finally, increasing regulatory burdens, new business models and new competitive patterns all come together to further compound the level of disruption in the WM industry.
The wheel of change is turning on our industry
If you have questions regarding this report, please contact any of the following Deloitte Consulting LLP and Deloitte Services LP professionals:
Gauthier Vincent, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Jared Goldstein, manager, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Sean Cunniff, research leader — investment management, Deloitte Services LP