subscribe to our newsletter
Class makes moves in direct investor market

Class makes moves in direct investor market

Money, investor market
13 June 2018 — 1 minute read

Class, developer of SMSF software Class Super, is building services to facilitate direct access for end clients separate to their accountants.

The company is developing services which will allow Class partners — which are businesses where Class is central to their operations — to build applications that facilitate direct access for investors and planners. Traditionally, access to data has been restricted to accountants.

“Our goal is to deliver value to all parties across the wealth management landscape,” said Class chief executive Kevin Bungard.

“Providing this functionality will empower partners to directly support their clients, streamlining processes and driving productivity gains,” the CEO added.

Data and analysis platform Simply Wall St is the first to take up the new feature.

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Class makes moves in direct investor market
smsfadviser logo
join the discussion

Do you think the government should reinstate the accountants’ exemption for SMSF advice?


Get the latest news and opinions delivered to your inbox each morning

In this month's issue:

  • Time wrap
  • The tech bull run
  • From hobby to passion
  • Golden Years
  • An untimely reminder
  • Why change is so difficult
  • Key Strategies for equalising super