One of the oldest and most famous names in banking is betting on a new breed of financial services to upset the old guard (James Hurley writes).
Two members of the Rothschild family have backed a new robo-advice platform that gives ordinary investors more control over where their money goes. It's called Exo Investing and I think it's well worth considering for many investors.
Investors are spoilt for choice when it comes to robo-advisers – also known as digital wealth managers . David Stevenson looks at what's available, and how they differ.
Two members of the famous Rothschild family have put their own money behind an AI-powered wealth manager offering for UK retail investors.
Senior members of the Rothschild dynasty and directors of the Franco-Swiss private bank Edmond de Rothschild have backed the launch of an artificial intelligence driven wealth management platform.
It was confirmed today that the investment backing the ground-breaking 'Exo Investing' retail digital wealth management platform included a private investment from Benjamin and Ariane de Rothschild.
New upstart robo adviser Exo Investing has scored a private investment from Benjamin and Ariane de Rothschild, the husband and wife team leading the Swiss private.
An artificial intelligence powered wealth manager, that offers private investors access to exclusive quantitative investment technology, has secured private investment from Benjamin and Ariane de Rothschild.
London wealthtech startup Exo Investing has today announced the close of a €16.5m (£14.6m) seed round last summer, powered by a private investment from Benjamin and Ariane de Rothschild.
A new investment website has launched offering low-cost options to people with £10,000 to invest, which could suit beginner investors.
A low-cost investment platform has launched, aiming to shake-up the robo-adviser market. How does Exo Investing compare?
Digital wealth manager Exo Investing has launched to retail investors.
Digital wealth management startup Exo is launching in the UK, promising to give private investors access to the sophisticated AI-powered technology that until now has been the preserve of institutional and ultra high net worth clients.
Digital wealth manager - 'Exo Investing' – launched to give private investors access for the first time to the sophisticated AI-powered investment technology that until now has been available to ultra high net worth investors.
Exo lets you invest to keep risk steady – but you'll need £10k to get started.
Superfast systems for pricing and assessing stocks have been adapted for mainstream use through a smartphone app or website
Lennart Asshoff, the CEO of Exo Investing, examines the rapidly changing nature of investment-related technology, in an exclusive article for What Investment.
The soon-to-launch digital wealth manager's CEO explains the firm's plans and ambitions.
The firm, backed by European Asset Management giant ETS, will launch its wealth management proposition next month.
Lennart Asshoff, the CEO of Exo Investing, spoke exclusively to What Investment about how DIY investors will benefit from the next wave of digital wealth managers.
As final salary pensions decline over the coming decades, growing numbers of people are likely to be taking income from an investment portfolio in retirement.
Unlike other robo-advice services, Exo Investing does not just assign a profile to clients based on a questionnaire.
The onward march of robo-advisers continues apace, with two new entrants to the market setting their sights on late summer launches.
Recent launch of Exo Investing - a unique AI powered wealth manager offering private investors access to exclusive...
London, April 28th 2018 — Revolutionary digital wealth manager — 'Exo Investing' — launches today to give private investors access, for the…