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Revolut partners GTN to bring bond trading to EEA customers

By Gloria Methri

June 20, 2024

  • Asset Trading
  • bond trading
  • Europe
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GTNRevolut, GTN, FinTech, Bond Trading, Trading Solutions, Bond Investing, UK, Europe, a FinTech company offering trading solutions, has partnered with Revolut to launch bond trading for European customers on the Revolut app.

Leveraging GTN’s instant click-to-trade functionality, Revolut will bring a bond trading experience to its customers in the EEA. This approach will empower Revolut users to participate seamlessly in the world of fixed-income assets. Revolut customers can already trade bonds directly via the Invest section of their easy-to-navigate app.

“This is yet another step in our mission to build an all-in-one investment platform that is multi-asset class, has coverage across EEA markets, and caters to both advanced and beginner users. Bonds provide an excellent opportunity for investors to diversify their portfolios with fixed income,” said Rolandas Juteika, Head of Wealth and Trading (EEA)at Revolut.

As of December 2023, the global bond market stood at a staggering $100 trillion. However, retail investors have faced limitations in accessing this asset class, particularly regarding government and corporate bonds outside their home countries.

Through bonds starting at just €100, GTN and Revolut aim to break down these barriers and democratise bond investing. Users can effortlessly invest with a few clicks, eliminating high minimum investments and simplifying access to a broader range of assets for portfolio diversification.

“We are delighted to partner with Revolut to enable their clients to access the bond markets, a truly compelling offering for small investors. Our API allows the super-app to make investing in bonds as easy as investing in stocks,” said Ankit Shah, Global Head of Fintech at GTN. “The fractionalisation of bonds eliminates the traditional barriers of high minimum investments and other related complexities, transforming how people build wealth.”

Bond investing is experiencing a surge in popularity, and GTN is powering this trend. This latest collaboration empowers individuals with smaller capital to overcome traditional hurdles and diversify their portfolios with a broader range of assets.

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