Another digital investing platform has been made available to accredited investors in Singapore.
Independent fund manager Jachin Capital has launched iAdvisor following the approval of a capital markets licence from the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
Currently, iAdvisor boasts 28 portfolios with investment themes ranging from banking to Fourth Industrial Revolution themes like cyber security, robotics and driverless cars.
The underlying baskets for each theme are stocks listed in five countries, which can be directly invested in.
This platform has been used by Jachin Capital for almost two years to manage its clients’ investments and has proven to be robust and resilient, it said in a statement.
Starting from an investment theme or idea, Jachin Capital constructs portfolios based on a transparent rules-based framework. The portfolios are regularly reviewed and re-balanced.
iAdvisor was developed in collaboration with Hong Kong-based B2B fintech firm Quantifeed.
Established in 2013, Quantifeed is a leading provider of digital wealth management solutions in Asia Pacific, with clients in Australia, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore.
Joyce Woo, founder and CEO of Jachin Capital, said: 'We also believe that investors should be empowered by knowledge. Thus, iAdvisor provides investors with 24/7 access to everything they need to know about their portfolios such as risk indicators, performance metrics and P&L.
'We are also glad to contribute to Singapore’s exciting, evolving fintech sector,' added Joyce, who honed her 31-year banking career mostly in private banking.