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The New Era of Wealth Management Comes to Europe through Cyprus

The New Era of Wealth Management Comes to Europe through Cyprus

On Monday, June 4th, AgentRisk Europe hosted an opening cocktail reception in Nicosia on the occasion of its official licensing by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CYSEC) and its certification by the Cyprus Ministry of Finance as “Innovative Company”. 

AgentRisk is an Automated Wealth Management Platform based in Los Angeles and licensed by the US Securities and Exchange Commission since 2015. It uses proprietary technology based on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to perform client onboarding, develop portfolios and actively manage assets, providing superior performance, improved portfolio transparency and lower management fees, than conventional wealth management firms.  The tailor-made nature of their portfolios and Agentrisk’s co-operation with Interactive Brokers US and Interactive Brokers UK offer to all Agentrisk clients next-day liquidation capability.

In his presentation, the Global Head of Growth at AgentRisk, Christos Karafeizis, explained that the establishment and licensing of Agentrisk Europe in Cyprus and the ensuing passporting license in 31 European markets is an important milestone for the company’s growth Strategy.  Agentrisk’s main focus in Cyprus and other European markets is to build a network of Business to Business partnerships which would harness the potential of its unique technology.

A number of leaders in the Cyprus finance community, representatives of CYSEC and Agentrisk clients and associates attended the event.


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