Singapore’s StashAway says now manages $1 billion in assets
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Singapore-based StashAway has grown its assets under management (AUM) to more than $1 billion, the digital wealth manager said in a statement on Monday.
StashAway said it was the first digital wealth manager in the Southeast Asia and Middle East and North Africa regions to manage that amount of AUM.
(Reporting by Liz Lee; editing by David Evans)
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