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[Sponsored Report] KIS unveils new service


The “I’m You” service by KIS manages investments over a lifetime.

Korea Investment and Securities (KIS) launched a new asset management service on March 2 called “I’m You,” aiming to provide customers with long-term investment guidance.

The service uses a securities market analysis model to allocate assets over an individual’s lifetime and change investment strategies as well as manage risk more systematically as economic and personal conditions change.

Unlike typical asset management services, which rely primarily on quantitative analysis, the new product developed by KIS also uses a model that incorporates the firm’s 37 years of asset management experience in the local market. Additionally, the service takes into account financial and economic indicators in the United States and China.

The I’m You service has four different investment strategies depending on the individual client: aggressive, active, neutral and safe. Asset management fees run from 1.8 percent to 2.5 percent, and investors can join by opening accounts with at least 30 million won ($26,499). Portfolios are reviewed every month.
By Lee Ji-hyun [concordia@joongang.co.kr]

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