I think yes. Sooner or later it will. Automated investment management platforms will win its market share. Of course, traditional banks and Independent flesh-and-blood financial advisors are here to stay, because many people still require that "hand-holding experience". But the new tech-savvy generation will appreciate all the benefits robo-advisors have to offer. The first is convenience. The second is lower cost. The third is transparency. Have you ever invested with a robo-advisor? If not, I encourage you to try Zen Assets. It's an automated advisor based in the UK. They invest only in ETFs and offer personalised portfolios.