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TrackInsight, the rising fintech … and convincing the United Nations

There were pivotal years when the field of possibilities opened up. For TrackInsight, 2020 is one of them. Specialist in ETFs (Exchange-Traded Fund), or listed investment funds, the Riviera fintech has indeed just put its first foot in the big leagues of finance. And intends to put the second. Quickly. Hence the ambitious growth objectives of between 50 and 70% of its turnover (not communicated) from the current financial year, just to continue the momentum which has enabled it to achieve the famous break-even point after which run so many start-ups.

It must be said that the young shoot is positioned in a fashionable segment: listed index funds, for which it has developed a global information platform. “It is probably the most attractive market in the world of financial investment with growth of 10 to 25% per year for the past twenty years.“, explains its managing director Jean-René Giraud. Or a whole”

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