CLS Investments and Riskalyze are joining forces to offer financial advisers access to a new robo-adviser. The platform, which will be known as AutoPilot, will allow users to measure investment risks inherent in the portfolio. AutoPilot is slated to go live in early April, according to CLS chief executive Todd Clarke and Riskalyze chief executive Aaron Klein. The platform, created jointly by CLS, an exchange-traded fund strategist, and Riskalyze, which offers a risk assessment and analysis tool, is intended to give advisers access to technology to better serve clients. It was unveiled Wednesday at Technology Tools for Today, a three-day gathering of advisers and technology vendors in Dallas.

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