WiseAlpha launches Priority Pre-registration form – Seedrs crowdfunding

WiseAlpha, the world’s first fractional corporate bond marketplace is open for pre-registration ahead of it’s crowdfunding on Seedrs

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WiseAlpha provides its clients with an award-winning marketplace where they can choose from over 150 Fractional Bonds, including Sterling and Euro denominated Bonds. The entry investment is £100 per bond, rather than the usual £100,000 minimum required. Members also have the ability to invest via an automated portfolio service called Robowise which allows them to customise and create a diversified portfolio according to their preferences.

WiseAlpha also licenses their fractional bond trading technology to banks and institutions. They have built API based technology which allows rapid connections with wealth managers, banks and digitally native wealthtechs/neobanks. This business line has been in operation since 2022 and they have already signed two major partnerships, one with Titan Wealth, fund management/wealth and asset management business, targeting £50 billion ($61 billion) in assets under administration over the next three to five years and a second with a leading bank that has 1 million customers. The bank partnership is scheduled to go-live in the next few months, with Titan Wealth on track for H2. With more institutional and banking partnerships under discussion, WiseAlpha’s proprietary technology is well on the way to be deployed across multiple jurisdictions.

Founder of WiseAlpha, Rezaah Ahmad, believes this is the first platform in the world that gives
non-institutional investors access to the institutional corporate bond market. WiseAlpha has already been widely praised for its revolutionary mission to democratise the Corporate Bond market through its proprietary technology.

The Investment round Investors on Seedrs will be able to join leading investment professionals from leading multi-billion private equity funds, hedge funds and the financial industry in investing in the round. The team behind WiseAlpha have worked for Deutsche Bank, Citi, Nike and Pictet. Rezaah is responsible for driving the strategic growth of WiseAlpha and says he sees WiseAlpha as a technology company servicing the investor and banking community with a mission to transform the investment industry and capital markets. WiseAlpha is looking to increase the size of its community of investors with the launch of the crowdfunding campaign.

Rezaah says “We believe that crowd-funding is one of the most important financial innovations of recent years and as a company aiming to innovate the large global corporate lending markets in a similar fashion, we want to build a community of investors who are interested in helping and being part of our journey as we aim to democratise the financial markets.”

Investors can pre-register to get priority access to the equity round on Seedrs here.

Rezaah says “WiseAlpha’s mission is to partner with banks and other financial institutions, enabling them to open up the bond market for their customers. We provide unique technology so that banks can focus on delivering their customers a superior range of products. The demand we are seeing for fixed income is huge and now is the time to deliver for the financial sector.”

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WiseAlpha Technologies Limited (FRN: 751087) is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. WiseAlpha Technologies Limited is a company registered in England, with its registered office at Level39, One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London E14 5AB (Company No. 08967521).

WiseAlpha’s Fractional Bonds are high-risk investments and are not savings products. Investors can lose all the money they invest and are unlikely to be protected if something goes wrong. Tax treatment depends on individual circumstances. Investor’s capital may be tied up until the maturity of the investment. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future returns. This message does not constitute legal or financial advice. Please seek independent advice from your professional or other advisors. Please read the Investor Agreement, Web Terms of Use, Privacy Policy, Fractional Bonds Agreement, Risk Statement and FAQs before investing.


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