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How robo advisers are helping Australians break through the barriers of getting financial advice

finder.com.au chats with Harry Chemay, CEO of Clover, to find out how robo advisers are making it easier for Australians to access tailored financial advice.

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Automated advice aims to fill the void

80% of Australians don’t use a financial advisor. The good news? Robo-advisors are making investment advice accessible to all Australians.

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Can robots beat humans as financial advisors?

Jason Lim wants to save enough for a deposit on an apartment but was earning next to nothing by having his money with his bank. He turned to Clover to put his money to work.

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Brexit provides lessons for Australia’s FinTech start-ups

The potential of FinTech to reduce complexity, increase efficiencies and improve financial service outcomes has not gone unnoticed by government.

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Laws need updating to facilitate robo-advice: fintechs

There’s been a level of self-serving complexity built into financial planning that does consumers no favours… Digital products can help clarify advice, instead of relying on 100 page statements that just confuse people.

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Clover first robo-adviser to be given MDA licence

Clover has become the first robo-advice platform in Australia to be given an AFSL with managed discretionary account (MDA) capability.

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Robo-advice key to remaining relevant

Clover, which employs a goals-based approach to advice provision and portfolio construction, draws on proprietary algorithms to create customised portfolios that are periodically rebalanced toward each client's specific goals.

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Clover appoints top investment academic

Jack Gray, one of the top 10 investment academics in the world, has joined Clover as the head of the investments committee. Previously, Jack Gray was the chief investment officer at SunSuper and executive director at AMP Asset Management.

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Equip Super takes stake in robo-advice start-up Clover

Equip Super, a non-profit industry fund with $7 billion in funds, has bought a 27 percent stake in Clover.

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Clover’s robo-advisor has a super ally

Melbourne-based robo-advice startup Clover has raised seed funding, led by a strategic investment from superannuation fund Equip Super.

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