Startup Helps Chinese Investors Access US Markets

Chinese startup Niu Jiao Suo is connecting Chinese investors with foreign mutual funds; investors can currently access funds offered by Blackrock, Vanguard, JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs; investors are limited by $50,000 per year but can start with as little as $400; interestingly Niu Jiao Suo is not managing its users money and focuses on ensuring users don’t exceed the $50,000 limit; according to Crowdfund Insider: “After funds are deposited into a user’s account, the money is sent directly to a custodial account managed by DBS Bank. Niu Jiao Suo’s primary role is conducting due diligence on the users to make sure they have a clean background and are not US citizens.” Source

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