The news was confirmed this week.
Cboe Australia has announced its funds have been added to the HUB24 platform from today, April 26.
A range of funds from the regulated stock exchange will be available on HUB24 including the Australian Ethical High Conviction fund, the eInvest Core Income fund, the Janus Henderson Tactical Income Active ETF and the Magellan Sustainable fund.
“We are excited to work with HUB24 to bring Cboe Funds to their platform for the first time,” Cboe Australia CEO Vic Jokovic said.
“It’s imperative that a range of high-quality investment capabilities are accessible to investors and their advisers as they seek to manage uncertain markets. “HUB24 users will now be able to invest in a variety of ETFs quoted on the Cboe Australia exchange, enabling them to construct a portfolio tailored to their specific needs, and responsive to market conditions.”
HUB24 CEO Andrew Alcock welcomed Cboe onboard saying more investment options will serve as a boost for financial advisers meeting client needs.
“Offering advisers a broad range of investments is one of the ways we’re providing choice and flexibility in how they administer client portfolios, and ultimately enabling them to create opportunities and deliver better financial futures for their clients,” he said.
The news comes as HUB24 joins the Pro Bono Financial Advice Network (PFAN) as a corporate sponsor and will support the growth of the network which aims to recruit enough advisers to assist up to 200 customers per year.
To coincide with the move, HUB24’s head of marketing and communications Anne McDonnell has also been appointed as a director to the PFAN board.“At HUB24, we believe in the value of advice and empowering advisers to enable them to deliver more advice to more Australians, so we are delighted to be working with PFAN to build awareness around the great work they do and to help them provide access to professional advice to more people who are facing challenging circumstances,” Ms McDonnell said.
Neil is the Deputy Editor of the wealth titles, including ifa and InvestorDaily.
Neil is also the host of the ifa show podcast.
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