Wealth management executives are taking different paths as they strategize on how best to overcome the industry's newest hurdles.

Among those challenges: Asset growth, previously buoyed by a bull market, has leveled off for some firms in recent quarters. About one-third of all advisors are expected to retire in the coming years, highlighting the need to train new talent. And competition is likely to only get tougher as robo advisors and other digital startups take aim at the established players.

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