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Sigmastocks and FPJ Financial Services launch Bricknode Broker-based robo advisory service

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Sigmastocks and FPJ Financial Services (FPJ) have launched a new robo advisory service where the customers’ capital is invested directly in shares instead of funds. Sigmastocks has built the customer onboarding together with the customer portal and integrated it with Bricknode Broker using the API.

FPJs robo adviser powered by Sigmastocks’ technology manages client assets and the service has received a warm welcome in the marketplace. Just a few weeks following launch, the service has almost attracted 1,000 customers. “It feels like a lot of people have been waiting for this”, said August Schmitz, CEO of FPJ.

“Using Bricknode Broker as the core system ensures the scalability and flexibility we need to support us. The collaboration between the three of us has been very good,” said Nanna Stranne, CEO of Sigmastocks.

Bricknode Broker is one of Bricknode’s product verticals which also includes Bricknode Fund Manager, Bricknode Lending and Bricknode Deposits.

“The fact that our systems are entirely cloud based and offer extensive API:s make them easy to integrate and offers unparalleled time to market. With Sigmastocks being an IT-driven FinTech company the integration process was extremely smooth. We are incredibly happy to work together with them and excited about the service FPJ offer together with Sigmastocks,” says Stefan Willebrand, Co-CEO and founder of Bricknode.

FPJ Financial Services is a part of Evida AB.

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