Personalized Investment Management Platform, Atomic Raises $25 Million in Latest Round

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Co-Founder & CEO, Atomic, David Dindi

“We are proud to say that Atomic is the first company to offer these services at zero account minimums. Everyone from the C-suite to Main Street can now have access to best-in-class investing options”

                                                      – David Dindi


With Atomic’s Application Programming Interface, fintechs, banks, and credit unions can seamlessly integrate their investing offerings into their services and products.

Atomic, a personalized and investment management platform has announced its official launch and raised $25 million in its latest round that was led by QED Investors and Anthemis with additional backing from Softbank and a group of best-in-class fintech investors, entrepreneurs, and executives.

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Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Atomic, David Dindi explained that they built the platform to make wealth-building accessible to every single human being and to eliminate barriers for others to provide high-quality investment experiences globally.

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In a statement that was made available on Atomic’s website, David explained that using Atomic’s APIs, consumer-facing fintechs and banks can now launch investing products in a matter of weeks, without the cost burden of developing in-house regulatory, brokerage operations, and compliance expertise.

“Our team has gone beyond the last mile to offer cutting-edge investing capabilities, including direct indexing, ESG investing, tax-loss harvesting, and multi-asset class investing across 60 global markets.

We are proud to say that Atomic is the first company to offer these services at zero account minimums. Everyone from the C-suite to Main Street can now have access to best-in-class investing options”, he said.

He said the company believes that universal access to wealth is critical to ensuring a stable financial future for the societies globally.

“In the US, for instance, it is critical for combatting the realities of retirement poverty and a mounting student debt crisis. Atomic has already partnered with innovative fintech platforms that are solving these problems of tomorrow; for example, Upside, an app that transforms student debt into investment opportunities”, David said.

He pointed that Upside built a wealth management offering that allows users to refinance their student loans and reinvest their savings using Atomic API.

“In our partnership with Upside — as with many other banks, fintechs, and credit unions — we help amplify the great work these financial services companies are already doing”

David further stressed that Atomic enables consumer-facing fintechs to integrate wealth management and trading into their products in a frictionless way.

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“Companies can launch engaging investing experiences without the burden of developing in-house regulatory, operational, and compliance expertise.

Businesses powered by Atomic can offer their customers cutting-edge investing capabilities such as ethical investing, direct indexing, and tax-loss harvesting”, he explained.

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