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Business & Finance

SoFi to allow members to buy into IPOs

  • The move by SoFi comes a day after Reuters reported online brokerage Robinhood was building a platform to "democratize" IPOs, including its own, that would allow users of its trading app to snap up shares alongside Wall Street funds, according to people familiar with the matter.
Published March 26, 2021

SoFi will allow its customers to invest in initial public offerings (IPOs) of companies, an investment opportunity that has traditionally been reserved for large institutional investors, the online lender said on Friday.

The move by SoFi comes a day after Reuters reported online brokerage Robinhood was building a platform to "democratize" IPOs, including its own, that would allow users of its trading app to snap up shares alongside Wall Street funds, according to people familiar with the matter.

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