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INSTITUTIONAL INVESTING & TRADING

INSTITUTIONAL INVESTING & TRADING

Robo-advisor StashAway gets approval to manage portfolios

Singapore-based FinTech startup StashAway has received in-principle approval for its Retail Fund Management from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS). Read more: fintechranking.com

Deutsche Bank buys 12.5% stake in TrustBills

Banking giant Deutsche Bank is making an investment in the FinTech space and taking a 12.5% stake in trade receivables marketplace TrustBills. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

Alpaca grabs $1.7m for AI-driven trading tech

FinTech AI startup Alpaca has raised $1.7m in a new venture funding round. The investment comes from D4V, Monex Ventures of Monex Group and MUCAP. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

WealthForge looks for $2.5m through convertible notes

Private fundraising technology provider WealthForge is planning to take on another $2.5m in capital through a convertible note offering. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

Will the future of investing be automated?

For the world of financial investments, automation looks to be the next step as further opportunities exist for it to expand. Read more: thefintechtimes.com

Citi and Deutsche Bank join Neptune bond network

The Neptune network provides a venue for dealers to share information with investors on the bonds that they are looking to buy and sell. Read more: www.finextra.com

SpotOption launches new CFDs platform and MT4 plug-in

CFDs have become one of the most popular forms of trading online, and SpotOption's CFD platform has captured a user-friendly and simplified approach. Read more: www.prnewswire.com

Bank Vontobel selects Horizon as automated trading engine

Horizon Software today announced that Bank Vontobel AG has selected Horizon Platform for Automated Trading (HPAT) for electronic execution. Read more: www.finextra.com

AETOS UK Adds ZuluTrade Platform for Social Forex Trading

ZuluTrade adds AETOS Capital Group UK to its list of collaborating brokers. Read more: www.financemagnates.com

TechFinancials reports revenues up 30%

Binary platform provider and operator TechFinancials Inc (LON:TECH) has issued a statement indicating that its 2016 first half results should be in line with expectations. Read More: www.leaprate.com

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