Investing app launches out of beta

Personal finance app has launched out of its beta as it helps people easily track all of their investments from one location.

The platform has over $3bn in assets supported, and lets users track, maintain and nurture their investments. It also offers users insight for smarter decision-making when making long-term financial plans.

In its initial launch, the app offers seasoned institutions and novice investors with pertinent financial information they need to be in full control of their portfolio from one interface. The FinTech describes itself as, “in a choppy sea of apps, services, and spreadsheets, Claritus is your financial beacon in the dark.”

The FinTech app also provides access through its investments-tracking ecosystem to a range of alternative investments, including securities, real estate, cryptocurrencies, private equity, VC and employee stock ownership plans. Lending and savings options include mortgages, loans, withdrawals/deposits, cash, certificate of deposits, collectibles and personal business accounts.

Claritus co-founder and CEO Shai Azran said, “With’s launch out of beta, we are happy to announce a new era of security and convenience has now arrived for both institutions and individuals seeking to grow their wealth.

“With each iteration of our app’s development, we accrue the insight passed to us from individuals and financial institutions around the world to ensure the new features are continuously added, while we ease access to the strongest investment opportunities available.”

Last week, digital asset trading technology developer Talos reached a $1.25bn valuation after the close of a $105m Series B round.

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