Wealthface launches premium trading in Middle East and US

Rick Steves

Besides commission-free trading, fractional shares, and AI-powered tools, Wealthface’s upgraded account also features a Halal trading experience so that traders can invest in more than 2000 shariah compliant stocks and ETFs.

Wealthface has launched its premium trading account for millennials and professional traders in the MENA region and in the United States.

Authorized both in the US and the UAE, Wealthface boasts a robo-advisory-service that offers a user-friendly trading solution for residents in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) with access to the US market at zero commission and fractional shares.

The platform also offers tailored factor investing portfolios with an Halal Islamic option.

Authorized by US SEC and ADGM’s FSRA

Offering expert investment services through a blend of investment options and advanced Fintech and professional human expertise, the investment management company is based in the UAE, but holds licenses from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and ADGM’s Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA).

The robo-advisory firm has recently partnered with fractional shares giant DriveWealth which has opened the doors to US stock trading at zero commission.

Wealthface allows users to open an account with only $1 and trade with 0% commission ($0 / sell and $0.01/Buy). For stock analysis, the platform features AI-powered tools and global stock screening.

Besides commission-free trading, fractional shares, and AI-powered tools, Wealthface’s upgraded account also features a Halal trading experience so that traders can invest in more than 2000 shariah compliant stocks and ETFs.

The premium account includes a multifactor portfolio, where users can select portfolio strategies, and experience factor investing strategies backed by Nobel prize winning research.

This option allows the users to select the stock based on the risk level of their choice, and further bring a new institutional experience to the retail clients.

Bilal Majbour, Chief Executive Officer at Wealthface, said: “Whether you trade stocks or ETFs, our award-winning solutions deliver a solid trading experience based on strategies and analysis making the trading process easier, faster and more professional. These innovations thus bring a whole advanced institutional solution to the retail market with a user-friendly smart platform.”

Wealthface has recently launched its Invest App for passive investors in the Middle East and in the United States on Android and IOS.

The Wealthface platform offers investors multiple types of accounts related to their financial objectives like Retirement, Education, Building Wealth and multiple selections of portfolios based on the client risk level.

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