According to CFA Institute’s recent survey From Trust to Loyalty: A Global Survey of What Investors Want, millennials (aged 25-34) are more likely than their older peers to embrace new technology to execute their financial strategies. While they may be completely at ease with fintech, the comfort and the trust that millennials place in technology can come at a steep price as it opens the door to fraud and identity theft.
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