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Robo firm Stashaway banking on asset allocation strategy as its edge

In the past 15 years, over 90% of funds failed to beat their respective benchmarks

"The next generation of robo advisers cannot survive solely on being cost effective and digital . . . they must differentiate themselves by having a sophisticated, intelligent investment framework," says Mr Lim.


A STRONG take-up of robo advisory services may well pave the way for increased acceptance of the premise that a disciplined asset allocation is key to long-term returns.

This is because robo portfolio services for retail investors - robo is defined by the use of automated...