Five ways technology will change the office of the future

Financial advisers will have new ways to manage data and gauge clients' emotions, thanks to new tech developments

Mar 7, 2014 @ 2:34 pm

From video screens you can touch to tools to read clients' minds, a financial adviser's office will look much different in the future once the latest technology developments take hold.

Here, InvestmentNews Editor Frederick P. Gabriel, Jr. chats with Reporter Joyce Hanson about the five preeminent technology trends that will change how the industry does business. Be sure to look out for more on these trends in Ms. Hanson's cover story that will go live March 10.

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