dabbl, a London-based award-winning fintech offering a mobile-only investing app is now coming to the Netherlands. The dabbl app offers an intuitive user experience and makes it easy for a majority of people to invest at a low cost. It is now all set to foray into the Dutch market to bring about a revolution in terms of investing.
Founded in 2015 by Mark Ackred and Martin Slaney, the startup intends to bring investing to everyone. It has brought revolution in the way people discover and comprehend complex financial data and the fees associated with making small amounts of investment. It won’t be an exaggeration to say that dabbl has made investment possible for people with any budget.
dabbl enters the Netherlands
After its entry into the Netherlands, the dabbl app will appear in the Dutch app stores. It will let users analyse, discover and invest in their favourite companies or brands at low rates. It has a unique camera feature, which lets users take a picture of their favourite brand or product and find about more about the company that they want to invest in it.
It is touted that dabbl offers the 1.1 million active self-investors in the country with very low rates and a user-friendly call interface. This app is used by thousands of investors in the UK as it is simple and easy to use.
The fintech startup has been nominated for three awards including,
- Best Digital Investment Platforms – The Good Money Guide
- Innovation in Asst Management – City of London Wealth Manna Gement Awards
- Online / mobile access – City of London Wealth Manna Gement Awards
For accelerated growth, this London fintech startup has put a bond in the Dutch market of 2.5 million with a coupon rate of 7.25% for 5 years. It has launched dabbl Netherlands BV, which is a 100% subsidiary of dabbl and this guarantees repayment at the end of the term.
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