European investors will have internet access to 200 mutual funds managed by nine asset management co...
European investors will have internet access to 200 mutual funds managed by nine asset management companies authorised to deal in most European countries
The funds shop will form part of the internet stock brokerage offered by Paris-based Cortal, through the launch of e-cortal
The site, which is located at www.e-cortal.com, became operational on 27 September and gives real time access to nine international stock markets via its World Stocks Shop NYSE, Nasdaq, London, Frankfurt, Paris, Amsterdam, Madrid, Milan and Zurich. Stocks listed on main indices are also available as well as a selection of warrants and Cortal's Euro certificates
A further feature is access to in-depth information, including company profiles and analysis provided by an international network of research agencies
There is access to a selection of around 200 European mutual funds offered by BNP, Credit Suisse, Fidelity, INVESCO, Fleming, Morgan Stanley, Paribas, Société Générale and Amex
The e-cortal service is being offered in eight countries, including UK, Austria, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Spain, and is available in seven languages
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