DeVere launches second fintech app
DeVere Group has added a new investment app to its fintech proposition that allows low-cost investments to be made with the click of a smartphone, tablet or computer mouse.
DeVere Investment has been launched and an execution-only, low-cost investment app that will allow clients to purchase structured notes, ETFs and mutual funds.
The app is available now through iTunes and Google Play, it is offered by deVere Investment Ltd, the company’s technology-driven operation, based out of Mauritius.
Nigel Green, founder and chief executive of deVere Group, said that clients can purchase structured notes with no minimum investment and low custodian costs of just 20 basis points.
“By capitalising on the benefits of this investment app, deVere is helping even more people make their savings work for them, enabling them to successfully achieve their long-term financial objectives,” said Green, pictured left.
“Also, it is helping to advance the financial services sector past the limited scope of what traditional firms and banks are offering their clients, especially in terms of customer experience and accessibility.
“In today’s world, clients demand personal instant access anywhere and at any time – and this app, which is a specialist vehicle that allows clients to track their portfolios on the go, offers just that.”
The company said that it is to launch more fintech products “in the next few months”.
As reported, earlier this year, through deVere E-Money, the organisation launched its first fintech proposition, deVere Vault, a global e-money app designed for internationally mobile individuals and firms. Last week another 22 currency wallets were added to the initial roll-out of five.
As reported, the additional currency wallets were rolled out last week, with Green proclaiming that the tech and digital revolution that is “monumentally changing” the way we live, do business and connect to one another.
“And the changes are coming quicker than ever before and will affect more people than ever before,” he said.
“From self-driving cars, genetic bio-editing to intelligent robots, new technologies will impact every part of our lives. Our financial lives will be no exception.