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London-based investment firm expands wealth management services in Singapore
15/05/2018 , News Team

 Investment advisory firm Crossbridge Capital has expanded its digital and wealth management offerings for affluent investors in Singapore.

The expanded platform will include the new offering of premium wealth management service CONNECT Prime, enhancements to Singapore’s first digital robo-adviser CONNECT by Crossbridge launched in 2016, and is complemented by Crossbridge Capital’s existing wealth management and advisory services for high net worth and ultra high net worth investors. 

With CONNECT Prime, clients will have access to a Crossbridge wealth manager who can assist also with portfolio construction supported by an extensive range of investment choices.

CONNECT Prime also provides portfolio oversight, including portfolio reports and real-time portfolio access through a digital interface.

It offers what the firm calls "a fully transparent fee structure" where clients pay a service fee of 75 basis points.

The introduction of CONNECT Prime reduces the minimum investment required to open an account to US$1,500.

Crossbridge Capital was launched in 2008 in London and had over $3 billion under advisement, and over $200 million in assets under management on the CONNECT digital platform. It operates in four Crossbridge Capital locations - London, Singapore, Monaco and Malta and has a team of 34 professionals.



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