The robo advice giant has opened up its doors to new providers.
Prior to this week, Moola held an exclusive partnership with BlackRock, allowing its clients access to the asset manager’s research and ETF range through iShares. As of today, Moola clients can now trade with three new faces.
The digital wealth manager has added Vanguard, db x-trackers and Lyxor to its offering, giving its clients the opportunity to expand their investing outside of iShares products. The platform’s minimum investment now starts at £50, after being reduced from £200 in August this year.
“This work is just one example of Moola’s powerful and customer-centric technology. The service can now fully support virtually any ETF portfolio, regardless of type or fund provider,” said Moola founder Gemma Godfrey.
“BlackRock remain an important partner, and are the largest fund provider for our portfolios. Moola offers a flexible technology platform to a wide range of financial intermediaries, to unlock the huge potential of digital investing.”
This article first appeared on http://www.digitalwealth.news/
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