Hauck & Aufhauser Launches Robo-Advisor

1 de noviembre 2018

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Investors have access to a dashboard that shows them where their assets are invested, as well as allows them to adjust their risk profile and choose specific asset classes to invest in.

Hauck & Aufhäuser, a private German bank, has launched a robo-advisor, dubbed Zeedin, per Finextra. While we have seen a number of robo-advisory platforms, particularly those targeting mass investors, enter the market recently, their effectiveness remains debatable. For instance, high-risk consumers who invested over £5,000 ($6,500) in UK robo-advisory platforms by March 2018 would have earned £320 ($416), compared with returns of £420 ($546) from tracking the FTSE 100, per Boring Money. Nonetheless, offering Zeedin is likely a wise move by Hauck & Aufhäuser, as it should help it hold on to clients who would otherwise pursue similar offerings elsewhere. Separately, deploying tech by Crealogix highlights the scope of partnerships available to FIs wanting to keep up with innovations in the industry.

Fuente: Business Insider

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