Determined to make the investment in the Stock market globally affordable to Nigerians, Treegar global investment platform is offering Nigerians the easiest and most affordable way to invest in the US Stock Market.
Treegar investment platform enables users to buy and sell local and U.S stocks directly from their mobile phones starting at $1.
Ariyo Raji, co-founder, Treegar said the global investment platform is designed to simplify the seemingly overly-complex finance world, demystify financial investments, get people to step out of investment fears and take charge of their finances.
Raji said the platform is founded on the premise that investment should be easy and accessible to all
According to Raji, Treegar is not just an investment platform. We want to make investing a lifestyle for Africans. We will continue to innovate and push out value-added offerings that drive financial literacy, wealth generation, and build the culture of investing in Africa.”
Raji further said that with as little as $1, anybody with a BVN can simply tap and invest; it’s that easy! Nigerians now have the opportunity to buy and sell stocks listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), NASDAQ and the Nigerian Stock Exchange through the Treegar app.
“In addition to that, he mentioned that Treegar already has work in the pipeline to roll out in Kenya, Uganda and DRC in the forthcoming months,” Raji said.
Ayo Ogunlowo, co-founder and CEO of Treegar, commenting on the security of the platform said major compliance and technical requirements have been incorporated in partnership with secured payment gateways, proven identity verification companies and a host of other anti-money laundering entities.
Ogunlowo further said each account for trading US stocks is insured for up to $500,000 by the SIPC.
“The platform is truly set to break exclusivity and democratise access to the US Stock market”, he said.
As a regulatory compliant company, Treegar has partnered with Alpaca, a US-based broker in global digital trading, a member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).