WiseAlpha, a digital bond investment marketplace, will now integrate with Money Dashboard enabling users to track all of their investments including savings, financial accounts as well as bond investments. The WiseAlpha marketplace now integrates its fractional bonds with the service. WiseAlpha seeks to boost utilization by investors with the all-in-one platform that helps users manage their money in one place.
WiseAlpha is on a mission to disrupt the institutional bond market and to build a global online market that gives millions of individual investors access to the asset class. The Fintech makes corporate bonds available to individual investors at affordable sizes.
“In times of uncertainty simply feeling in control of your own finances and in charge of your financial future can be a great help and comfort to all of us. We have worked incredibly hard to produce an easy-to-use platform which makes the corporate bond market more accessible than ever before. We’re thrilled to be launching our first API partnership with Money Dashboard and to bring our top-class investment offering onto a platform which shares our goal of helping people to master their money and to take positive, proactive steps in building their financial security.”
Ahmad added that partnering with Money Dashboard supports WiseAlpha’s mission to democratize the bond market and broaden their reach.
“Through partnerships of this kind, alongside our work to educate budding investors through our CPD accredited Bond Academy, we are working at scale and pace to make 2021 our biggest year to date.”
Steve Tigar, Money Dashboard CEO stated:
“We’re delighted to be partnering with yet another innovative fintech. WiseAlpha is democratising access to financial products that, until now, had been out of reach to most people. We’re proud to provide more integrations than any other digital money manager, or bank, which means going further than Open Banking integrations. Our partnerships with the likes of Nutmeg, Wealthify and now WiseAlpha heralds the dawn of the Open Finance movement”