Gartner Research

Account Aggregation Making Inroads in Investment Services

Published: 01 February 2006

ID: G00137112

Analyst(s): Lana Feiman


Account aggregation, which failed to live up to its 1990s hype in consumer banking, is gaining traction in wealth management. There are several technology trends and vendors offering account aggregation and data analytics products that should be considered before adoption.

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