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WealthKernel expands into US equities with first client now live

Another step closer to becoming a one-stop shop for the entire wealth sector

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Wealthtech provider WealthKernel has added US equity trading to the list of services it offers, putting it in direct competition with the likes of major US wealthtechs like DriveWealth and Alpaca.

Wealthyhood is WealthKernel’s first client to go live with US equities, with the addition being a major feature launch for the Greek fintech.

“Our users’ consistent feedback inspired us to elevate our offerings, and we worked hard with WealthKernel to deliver,” Alexandros Christodoulakis, CEO and co-founder and CEO of Wealthyhood said.

“We couldn’t be more confident about our partnership with WealthKernel, as the platform is constantly evolving to meet the changing preferences of retail investors!”

With US and UK equities, plus ETFs and a long list of other services from portfolio management to custody and user onboarding, WealthKernel is one step closer to positioning itself as a one-stop shop for the wealth sector.

“With the launch of the US equity trading, we’re responding not only to market preferences but also to the growing needs of our clients,” Karan Shanmugarajah, CEO of WealthKernel said.

“We’re very excited to have Wealthyhood join us as our launch client. The collaboration shows the industry’s readiness to adapt to customer needs and improve on providing more accessible and affordable investment options.”

WealthKernel has made a number of senior appointments in 2023, with the addition of capital markets veteran Brian Schwiegernew as chair of its board and Aqsa Tariq as its new chief financial officer.

WealthKernel is a portfolio company of ETFS Capital, the owner of AltFi and ETF Stream.

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