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Advisors are increasingly relying on technology to meet their clients’ evolving demands, and those who don’t embrace it will find it increasingly hard to compete. That’s according to industry experts who spoke during the Broadridge Financial Solutions webinar “Leadership Lessons for 2021: Meeting Client Demands Through Technology.”

“The last year has highlighted the resiliency and adaptability of every human” in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic and the wealth management industry has been “no exception,” Chris Perry, Broadridge president, said. “When forced to move into a virtual world, financial advisors really stepped up and found new ways to form deeper connections with their clients.”

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