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As quoted in InvestmentNews - Advisers need to be aware that, when it comes to technology, anything can be tracked

June 3, 2016--Read my recent interview with Alessandra Malito from InvestmentNews 'Advisers are on their own for figuring out the rest: what to put in the note, how much time to allow for updating a note and what happens if something is forgotten. Advisers need to be aware that, when it comes to technology, anything can be tracked, said Sue Glover, president of Susan Glover & Associates, a financial services technology consultancy company.


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