Robo-adviser ETFmatic introduces multiple currency trading

Increased demand for currency diversification

Tom Eckett
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European robo-adviser ETFmatic has increased the number of currencies available on its platform so investors can now trade their ETF portfolios in sterling, euros or US dollars.

The firm said the move was in response to demand for greater diversification between currencies - customers can now open additional portfolios in the three global currencies. Luis Rivera, CEO and co-founder of ETFmatic, explained: "In response to growing demand from our customers for a simple and cost effective way to diversify investments in multiple currencies, ETFmatic is the first robo-adviser in the world offering accounts in three major global currencies. Contrarian Investor: Why the industry must step up and fill the advice gap "Our goal is to enable everyone in Europe to ea...

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