Stratzy, an investment advisory platform for everyday investors, raised $ 800,000 in a pre-seed funding round from Leo Capital, Titan Capital and First Check. The funding will be used to build leadership and talent, obtain regulatory permits and strengthen marketing, with the goal of acquiring new users.
The platform currently has more than 10,000 users and plans to register more than one million downloads by the end of 2022.
Founded by Mohit Bhandari (co-founder and CEO) and Gaurav Sangle (co-founder and CTO) earlier this year, Stratzy has quickly gained ground to provide clients with smart investment opportunities.
The platform offers data-driven strategies that users can invest in, partnering with top brokers like Zerodha, 5paisa, Fyers, and AngelOne, among others.
Mohit Bhandari, co-founder and CEO of Stratzy, said: “While the ultra-rich have a plethora of financial products at their disposal, the regular investor generally has difficulty accessing niche investment opportunities. This is where Stratzy comes in to bridge the gap and deliver a simple, user-friendly, and fluid interface that appeals to everyone. Our goal is to help individuals invest their money the same way the wealthy and HNIs. The product was specially created for Generation Z which is fueling the growth of the industry.
“Stratzy sits at an interesting intersection between passive robo-advisers and active stock picking, allowing users to generate excellent returns and gain stock picking knowledge without having to make the decisions themselves. Keeping in mind the market method used by other companies, which lacks touch and personalization, Stratzy was designed with a vision to help and support our clients in making better financial decisions. to integrate crypto investment strategies on the platform, which should be operational by the beginning of next year, ”he added.
Rajul Garg, Founder of Leo Capital, said: “The pandemic has seen an increase in the number of investors for the first time and many of them are from the Millennial and Gen Z population who not only need money. ‘an easy-to-use investment platform, but also participate more actively in the investment decision process compared to the previous generation. However, current solutions on the market do not meet these needs and there is room for more innovation in this space. “
Other investors in the Mumbai-based virtual investment advisory platform include Harsh Shah (co-founder, Fynd), Farid Ahsan (co-founder, Sharechat) and Archana Priyadarshini (general partner, PointOne Capital).
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Posted on: Tuesday November 09, 2021 09:28 IST