HUB24 adds four clients

chief executive

17 February 2012
| By Chris Kennedy |

Investment platform Hub 24, a subsidiary of Investorfirst, has picked up four new clients bringing in more than $500 million in funds under management, Investorfirst has announced.

The clients are DFS Portfolio Solutions, Equiti Private Wealth, Oxbrey Financial Group, and Mandalay Wealth Management.

Investorfirst's chief executive Darren Pettiona said there would be another major release for the platform in May this year representing a "generational leap".

The upgrades would include more flexible model portfolio and direct equity trading capabilities, an enhanced user interface, direct fixed interest capability, and exchange traded options within separately managed accounts, Pettiona said.

The group would be announcing further account wins in the near future, he said.

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