Swedish robo advisor sees inflow pick up in Denmark and Finland

The Swedes, Danes and Finns are flocking to robo advisor Lysa, says its founder and CEO Patrik Adamson, who eyes a European expansion "very soon". He thinks the company will be listed in due course.

CEO and founder of Lysa, Patrik Adamson | Photo: Lysa / PR

After half a year on the Danish market, Swedish robo-advisor Lysa's snowball effect is picking up speed.

CEO and founder of Lysa, Patrik Adamson, does not want to reveal exactly how many people have used the investment bot on the Danish market, but says that the company has primarily taken clients from larger, established institutions.

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