The Wealthy Are Different From You And Me

Koller, Lynn
March 2001
Bank Technology News;Mar2001, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p34
Trade Publication
Cites research findings on high-net-worth clients' preference for hands-on services by asset managers in the United States. Greater demand for offline financial advice and planning services; Impact of the Internet on the financial consulting sector; Range of services offered by banks to more modest investors. INSET: 529 College Savings Plans.


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