Concern over robo advisors hasn't touched the segment of wealth management serving the ultra-high-net-worth client. That's because there isn’t much demand for them at that level, says U.S. Trust President Keith Banks.
The bigger draw is a firm's principles and values, Banks says, as that has been both a powerful tool for gaining business and recruiting new talent.
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