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AXIAL FINANCIAL IMPLEMENTS RISK ALIGNMENT
PLATFORM TO DRIVE CLIENT SUCCESS
Axial Financial Group announced it has implemented Riskalyze, the world’s first risk alignment platform, which mathematically pinpoints a client’s Risk Number® and equips advisors to empower investors.
Who and what is Riskalyze?
Riskalyze is the company that invented the Risk Number®, which powers the world's first Risk Alignment Platform, enables compliance teams to spot issues, empowers advisors to develop real-time visibility, and navigate changing fiduciary rules.
Built on a Nobel Prize-winning framework, Riskalyze calculates the indistinguishable terminology of the financial advice industry, replacing terms like “moderately conservative” and “moderately aggressive” with a Risk Number.
A Risk Number is a number between 1 and 99 that pinpoints a client’s exact comfort zone for downside risk and potential upside gain.
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If you would like to obtain further information about the advantages of taking a Riskalyze assessment, please contact your Axial Financial advisor.
Axial Financial Group℠
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Burlington, MA 01803
Phone: (781) 273-1400
Fax: (781) 273-1402
Toll Free: (888) 408-6937
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