By type, the market is segmented into pure robo-advisors and hybrid robo-advisors. The increasing trend of investors with large assets who are willing to pay less fees but hope to get better results is creating huge opportunities for the robo-advisory market.
On the basis of the types of client assets, the U.K. robo-advisory market is classified into the mass affluent, high-net-worth individuals, pension funds, insurance companies and sovereign wealth funds. The mass affluent is the highest revenue generating and rapidly growing segment that is expected to take over some market share of the HNWI segment.
Key Growth Factors
- The increasing maturity of digital advice technology with low financial assistance fee is driving the market for the U.K. robo-advisors.
- Rapid change in the financial service sector with evolving requirements of clients is also a significant factor contributing to the growth of the U.K. robo-advisory market.
Threats & Key Players Profiled
- Lack of personalized support or direct contact with the client is predicted to restrain the demand for robo-advisors to some extent.
- The key players profiled in this report are Nutmeg, Scalable Capital, Wealthify, Whitebox, and The Vanguard Group.
Chapter 1 Executive Summary
Chapter 2 U.K. Robo-Advisory Market Overview
Chapter 3 U.K. Robo-Advisory Market Analysis - by Type
Chapter 4 U.K. Robo-Advisory Market Analysis - by Types of Client Assets
Chapter 5 Company Profiles
Chapter 6 Conclusion
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