Raiz reports drop in FUM

Micro-invest platform provider, Raiz Invest, has reported a 1.2 per cent drop in funds under management (FUM) during December due to falls in global equity markets.

Despite the drop, the firm reported investment fund inflows totalling approximately $6 million, and achieved two months of positive cash flow and growth in normalised revenue.

Raiz’s chief executive, George Lucas, said that key strategic pillars of the company included:

  • Growing its customer base;
  • FUM and revenue per customer growth by offering a range of products and services;
  • Southeast Asian expansion; and
  • Strengthening market position through delivery of platform improvements.

“We remain focused on our growth strategy, for which the company remains well funded,” he said.




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