Revolut will offer its European clients the ability to trade government and corporate bonds by early next year. The company is trying to make the multi-trillion dollar industry more accessible to retailers in the region.
The market is estimated to be over €120 trillion. The market was difficult for retail investors to access, especially outside their own home markets. Revolut plans to lower the minimum investment level for customers to €100.
“We continue to make the investment space more accessible for everyone,” said Rolandas Juteika, CEO of Revolut Securities Europe.
The expansion into fixed income share trading comes just months after Revolut offered trading in select European shares, including fractional trading, extended trading hours for US shares and introduced a new Trading Pro subscription plan.