Bux Zero targets Irish users with commission-free investing app
Dutch neobroker Bux is launching investing app in Ireland after raising $80 million for its European expansion
Europe’s fastest-growing investing app has set a target of attracting hundreds of thousands of Irish users within a year as it launches this weekend in Ireland.
Bux, the Dutch neobroker, is launching its Bux Zero investing app in the Irish market months after raising $80 million to fund its expansion across Europe.
The app, which allows users to invest in more than 2,000 available stocks without most having to pay any commission, will provide...
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