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New digital solution to help advisers ‘deliver scalable advice’

New digital solution to help advisers ‘deliver scalable advice’

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By Neil Griffiths ·
March 24 2022

New digital solution to help advisers ‘deliver scalable advice’

A fintech start-up has launched the new solution.

New digital solution to help advisers ‘deliver scalable advice’
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On Monday (28 March), Scientiam announced a new low-cost digital advice solution designed “to help financial advisers deliver scalable advice to the growing number of Australians who can’t afford or no longer require comprehensive, personal advice”.

Scientiam founder and managing director of Sydney-based firm Arch Capital, Nigel Baker said the start-up is built by advisers, for advisers.

“Many advisers are grappling with how to profitably service segments of their client base and, beyond that, segments of the market that need advice but are currently missing out because they’re too young, don’t have enough to invest or have relatively simple needs,” Mr Baker said.

“Everyone who is interested in building and protecting their wealth, and planning for the future, should have access to quality advice. It should not just be something that’s restricted to the lucky few who can afford it.”

The new subscription-based model aims to increase financial literacy, educate clients and act as an “incubator” for the adviser, while clients have the ability to access tools and superannuation and investment accounts, as well as track spending.

“As advisers, we want to help people but unfortunately that is getting harder to do due to rising costs. This is a sad reality because some clients have been loyal for 10-20 years but, over time, they no longer fit a firm’s ideal client profile,” Mr Baker said.

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“With Scientiam, advisers can stay in touch with clients, deliver a compelling service and an excellent experience but not at a financial or opportunity cost to the business.”

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Neil is the Deputy Editor of the wealth titles, including ifa and InvestorDaily. Neil is also the host of the ifa show podcast.

Neil is the Deputy Editor of the wealth titles, including ifa and InvestorDaily. Neil is also the host of the ifa show podcast.

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