Wevest wants to be best with digital asset manager launch
Berlin-based Wevest Digital (formerly WeVestor Digital) has launched its digital asset manager Wevest Capital.
As reported in July, Wevest powered up with a platform for entrepreneurial investors.
It calls itself a fintech company builder and explains that its mission is to “bring together all the essential business areas of an investment bank, such as asset management, corporate finance, asset management, real estate financing and credit brokerage on a digital platform”.
In the latest development, the new manager includes personal advice and offers “one integrated product concept”.
Wevest Capital has developed three service components – Model A, Model M and Model S. All three models provide the user with an overview of his/her financial assets.
Model A provides access to a “popular all-weather” strategy on an ETF basis. Model M is designed for investors who need a “stable” daily usage. Model S is the premium version and customers can consult a personal adviser.
Andreas Leckelt, chairman of the supervisory board of Wevest Capital, says: “We are convinced that our digital customer experience combined with our hybrid consulting approach and innovative access to digital investments is future-oriented.”
Wevest Capital adds that it is also providing account and deposit management for Bavaria-based Baader Bank.
While the firm is new, the team behind its foundation has plenty of experience in fintech.
Jens Siebert, MD, has worked at Bundesverband der Deutschen Volksbanken und Raiffeisenbanken (The National Association of German Cooperative Banks); and at KPMG.
Leckelt’s experience includes the role of CEO at investment firm Comvest Holding.
Lars Kalwitzke is another MD at WeVestor and works at Comvest Holding as a CFO.