MADRID, 18 Oct. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Trade Republic investment platform has landed in eleven new European markets, making it currently available to 340 million Europeans from 17 different countries.
Specifically, these new markets are Belgium, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Portugal, Slovakia and Slovenia.
The company has emphasized that its objective is to democratize investment in the Eurozone, with which there are no commissions for executing an order: its clients pay a fixed commission euro per operation to cover external costs.
"All Europeans need access to the capital markets to start driving long-term investment, participate in economic growth and ultimately save for retirement. We built Trade Republic to enable them to do just that, and now we've opened our doors to a total of seventeen markets, so that Europeans around the world can finally take their personal finances into their own hands," said Trade Republic co-founder Christian Hecker.