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Raisin teams up with Vanguard to launch ETF offering to German investors

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European retail investment specialists Raisin has added ETF portfolios to its German offering. The firm has over 100,000 customers and will offer Vanguard ETFs to German customers online.

Raisin writes that with the product launch, it enters the retail investment segment as a second pillar besides its savings products offering.
 
“In addition to deposits with the best rates we now offer a compelling ETF solution. This marks another milestone in delivering on our mission to provide easy access to the best products across various asset classes,” says Dr Tamaz Georgadze, founder and CEO of Raisin. “With Vanguard and DAB BNP Paribas we have found two strong partners for our new product.”
 
Investors can choose between four portfolios with an equity share of 30, 50, 70 and 100 per cent respectively and invest in up to 16,000 globally diversified individual securities.
 
The ETF and index fund portfolios are managed by Vanguard, and have a minimum investment amount of EUR2,000, periodic rebalancing and automated reinvestment of distributions.  Average total annual costs are below 0.5 per cent.
 
“Our Raisin portfolios are the perfect alternative to costly multi-asset funds and cumbersome direct ETF investing,” says Dr Til Rochow (pictured), Head of Investment Products at Raisin, “We make the best investment solutions accessible to everyone.”
 
For the launch of its investment products Raisin is working together with finance experts Professor Martin Weber, senior-professor at Mannheim University and founder of the ARERO Fund, Adam Nash, former CEO of US robo-advice pioneer Wealthfront and board member of Acorns, and fund manager and economist Al Breach advise Raisin on product development.

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