NatWest joins the robo-advisers: High St bank will charge £10 to offer advice on investing as little as £500, but how does it stack up?



High-street bank NatWest has launched a fully regulated robo-advice proposition charging £10 for customers seeking to invest sums as low as £500.
The new online investment advice service will pit the bank against the likes of Nutmeg, MoneyFarm and Scalable Capital in the battle to win funds from individuals with modest sized nest eggs.
The launch follows a growing trend of established banks returning to the investment advice arena following a string of fines for unsuitable recommendations several years ago.  
What NatWest is offering Unlike some rival robo-advisers that offer guidance based... read more

 
25 November 2017 in Business, Views: 67
Source: Daily Mail
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