The Nedbank Private Wealth app ranked in the top four wealth management apps globally, and first of the South African participants in a global survey.
According to international research and an updated comparative study of wealth management apps by Cutter Associates, our wealth management app is rated in the top four globally, and first of the South African participants.
In their review they said that ‘a core feature of the Nedbank Private Wealth app is the 360-degree view of your holdings … developed based on client feedback, with many users preferring to view their total net worth and change in their net worth in an aggregated view. This consolidated balance sheet includes information from all linked accounts, regardless if they’re held at Nedbank or other financial institutions. Users can view this information in different currencies. Investment values are shown in real time and clients get easy insight into their asset allocation through a bar chart graphic on the investments dashboard.’
For an overview of everything you can do on the app, click here.
Click here to access a demo of the app and see for yourself.
Cutter specifically made mention of the fact that ‘Nedbank Private Wealth is one of the few apps that offers a demo function, allowing users to get a deeper insight into available features’. Try it out to see how you can benefit from being connected to your global and local wealth management from the palm of your hand.
Cutter Associates is a leading provider of operations and technology research and consulting to the investment management industry, serving over 200 firms and 6,000 individual members around the world. They constantly monitor and analyse industry trends and routinely explore the challenges facing investment managers. Their reports offer accurate intelligence, informed opinions, and a global perspective that enables their members to outperform their peers in a dynamic marketplace. The present edition of this report covers a selection of mobile offers deployed by the biggest players in wealth management from the important private banking hubs in Africa, Asia, Europe and North America.
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