SOURCE: WealthBar

WealthBar

February 16, 2016 08:00 ET

WealthBar Expands Its Innovative Investment Technologies to Francophone Canadians

VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwired - February 16, 2016) - WealthBar, Canada's first full-service digital wealth managers, is proud to announce it is now offering its services in both French and English, with a fully bilingual platform and French-speaking financial advisors.

The sophisticated financial advice and innovative web-based approach to wealth management, investing and financial planning is a step forward in serving French-speaking Canadians who often are underserved by the FinTech and robo-advisor industry.

"Dealing with something as important and potentially complicated as finance in a foreign language can lead to anxiety and misunderstandings for some," explains Marianne Tremblay, WealthBar's Montreal-based advisor. "It is with excitement that I present these forward thinking financial technologies to Francophone Canadians."

The addition of a French platform broadens WealthBar's reach and supports more Canadians in accessing cost-effective investments, financial advice and education. WealthBar is available to nearly all Canadians, even rurally, without ever having to leave home -- all one needs is an internet connection.

About WealthBar 

WealthBar is Canada's only full-service online financial advisory service. It offers diversified portfolios of low-cost ETFs, insurance and financial advice at substantially greater value than traditional advisors. Combining innovative technology with real financial advisors, WealthBar's online model brings private wealth management to any investor for less than half the cost. For more information on the company and how we're helping Canadians save, please visit http://www.wealthbar.com.

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