Monex launches risk-controlled asset management service “ON COMPASS”

Maria Nikolova

“ON COMPASS” is the new name of a previously offered service called “MSV LIFE”.

Monex Asset Management, Inc., a subsidiary of Monex Group, Inc. (TYO:8698), today announces the launch of “ON COMPASS”, a risk-controlled asset management service. “ON COMPASS” is the new name of a previously offered service called “MSV LIFE”.

ON COMPASS provides an optimal asset management plan tailored to meet specific goals. A new free simulation plan displays comparisons with savings deposits, the probability of principal loss and other factors to enable even beginners to better visualize asset management. The design and user interface have been significantly improved to make financial services, which are often considered difficult to understand, more accessible and convenient.

The service aims to secure stable investing even in times of decline. To minimize the negative impact when share prices decline, a set of financial engineering tools diversify investments over approximately 50,000 different share issues traded in 80 countries around the world, making it suited for investors concerned about asset risk.

The service relies on professional investment managers. Because ON COMPASS makes all investments on the customerʼs behalf, there is no selling or buying of products that require specialized investment knowledge or cumbersome procedures.

B answering a set of simple questions, ON COMPASS provides customers an investment plan. This plan is accompanied by comparisons with the interest income generated by savings deposits, probability of principal loss and other information that help customers consider their options.

The commission fee structure is simple and easy to understand. The cost of utilizing the service includes an annual rate of 0.925% (excluding tax). No extra fees are required for placing orders, buying, selling, changing plans or making additional investments. As a result, customers can flexibly change their investment plans according to changes in their lives without worrying about commissions.

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