Sharesies news stories
How Kiwi FinTech is helping keep NZ’s economy on track
Three Kiwi company founders explain how they are helping the post-COVID-19 economic recovery with a mix of innovation and heart.
Kiwis adopting great savings habits but overestimating returns
As people get older, they are more likely to consider putting any savings into term deposits, rising from 28% of those under 30, to 57% of 50-64-year-olds, and 65% of those 65-plus.
Gender Pay Gap
NZ missing out on billions due to lack of women investors
New Zealand is losing out on billions of dollars due an investment gender gap.
Sharesies partners with NZX to bring investment to ordinary Kiwis
Sharesies has signed up as a participant on the New Zealand Exchange (NZX) as it moves to allow investors to access all listed companies on the exchange.
Meet the finalists in the 2018 Young Enterprise Alumni Awards
Sharesies, Banqer, Creative HQ, Kiwibank and Girlboss NZ are just four of the standout finalists in this year’s Young Enterprise Alumni Awards
Finance, Leasing & Rental
Trade Me rakes in 'record' 6.6% annual growth rate
Trade Me is celebrating another year of what it is calling ‘record revenue and profit’ for FY18, with increases up in all areas of the business.
Kiwi investment startup Sharesies celebrates one-year milestone
Online investment platform sees 15,410 customers sign up and $15.7milestone invested in 12 months.
Fintech Innovation Challenge finalists announced
Each finalist will have six minutes to present, followed by a four-minute Q&A session with a panel of industry experts.
Women in Technology
Investment platform startup Sharesies readies for growth
The business has rapidly exceeded expectations hitting $5 mil invested through the platform and has had over 8,400 customers sign up to the service.
Socially responsible investments made available on Sharesies
Managed funds usually have a $5,000 buy-in, but Sharesies members will have access to these funds with $5.
Startup Sharesies hits milestone $1million invested through its app
Investment app Sharesies has a minimum buy-in of $5 and encourages New Zealanders to invest amounts they can afford, on a regular basis.