Robo-adviser has £900 turnover in final year

Robo-adviser has £900 turnover in final year

Simon Bussy explains that Moola is one of the robo-advice firms that has been left behind by changes in the market. Newer firms have emerged that offer a broader range of personalised advice, where it is not just about the product, and they are offering that for the same sort of price that companies such as Moola were charging for a more basic service.

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