Meanwhile, our friends at Money Week have been looking at robot advisers, and report "an explosion of online platforms that pull together disparate ETFs (exchange-traded funds) into a personalised online portfolio. The exact composition will vary based on your own risk tolerance and investment timescale. All are low-cost and the technology is clever – most boast mobile apps and all provide great online tools that allow you to monitor your portfolio."The first wave of providers include Nutmeg, Scaleable Capital and MoneyFarm, but in the past year we've had a slew of new entrants. Some are well-known brands such as IG, Investec and UBS, but there are also less familiar names such as Wealthify, Wealthsimple and Exo."
We do our own version of selection at Money&Co., whre we have FCA fund management permissions. We thought it timely to remind investors with a larger amount of investable cash of the existence of our attractive managed portfolio service.We will manage your loan portfolio for you and ensure that there is sufficient diversification to reduce risk. When money comes back from borrowers each month, we will reinvest it for you in new loans coming through that meet the parameters that we have agreed with you.You can choose to reinvest the interest from your loans or to pay it out. The minimum investment for a Money&Co. Portfolio Service account is £100,000.If you would like to discuss opening an account, please email email@example.com or call us on 020 3143 4004.Money&Co. brings individuals looking to get good return on capital with carefully vetted small businesses seeking funds to grow. In addition to new loan offerings, our secondary loan market, offering existing loans for sale by lenders, is available to registered Money&Co. users.All loans can be held, tax-free, in an Innovative Finance Individual Savings Account, or Innovative Finance ISA.
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