Updated Wednesday, September 17, 2014 as of 11:43 PM ET
Want to Win Millennials? Don't Bet on Social Media
Less than 1% of young people say they want financial services providers to contact them through social media, according to new research by BNY Mellon.
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In client communications, wealth management professionals should be careful about using personal information and other data that could strike clients as "creepy," a new report finds. more »
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