Following strong second quarter earnings for its wealth management unit, Wells Fargo's executives said the firm was considering developing robo advisor technology.
Chief Finance Officer John Shrewsberry said during a call with analysts that the firm had undertaken a variety of initiatives in wealth management "to modernize and create service capability to attract new investors and to better serve the investors that we have."
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