The Swedish robo-advisor Lysa does not believe in "get rich quick schemes", where clients are reeled in with crazy campaigns and big talk of imminent riches. It therefore did not expect its investment platform to be bombarded with interest from potential investors when it entered the Danish market in April.
"People are investing an average of DKK 100,000 a day, and we are very happy about that at this early stage in the process," says Patrik Adamson, CEO of Lysa, adding:
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