Evida to offer digital financial advice through additiv WealthTech platform


Evida, the Swedish financial advisory company, is delighted to confirm their new collaboration with additiv to meet the growing demand for hybrid investment advisory services.

The partnership with additiv, a leading SaaS and embedded finance WealthTech provider, has been formed in response to the increasing need for end-to-end client wealth management advisory services, including personal interactions. By utilizing additiv’s Hybrid Wealth Manager, Evida will offer a ‘hybrid’ selection of full investment services via a SaaS model, enabling clients to be advisor assisted, use self-service solutions, or a combination of the two.

August Schmitz, Founder and CEO at Evida said: “Offering a transparent and visually engaging customer experience, 24/7, is essential to realize the true value of financial advice.”

August continues: “By partnering with additiv, with its highly intuitive and engaging wealth solution, we can offer an intelligent and efficient platform to our advisors and clients. The look and feel for us internally, and for our end clients, is something we wouldn’t imagine possible one year ago. With additiv, Evida can reach the forefront of the Swedish market.“

Eric Andersson, General Manager Europe at additiv, said: “The combination of additiv and Evida addresses the need for a fully digital, hybrid Wealth Management-as-a-Service offering, targeted at any Nordic country.“

Eric added: ”Our platform enables independent wealth managers to offer compliant end-to-end financial services in the most efficient way. With this launch additiv entered the Everything-as-a-Service value proposition which helps independent financial advisors to deliver financial services at the highest international standards. Additionally, we partnered with Kidbrooke, Bricknode and Signicat to deliver this value proposition. This is part of a wider initiative to launch the Wealth Management-as-a-Service platform; a unique offering providing embedded wealth to non-financial brands, digital banks and asset managers.”

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