Big news!

We were just named as a leader in the Australian Financial Review’s Fast 100.

To break that down: this is the country’s preeminent publishing authority on business recognising us as being among the best of the best. And we didn’t just creep into the list, either; we featured in the top 10.

The list defines the country’s fastest 100 growing companies. Those eligible started trading before July 2016, and had a turnover greater than $500,000 in 2019 — newbies with smaller turnovers are lumped in the AFR’s startup list.

As the AFR explains, SelfWealth has excelled because we’re crafty when it comes to adaption.

“This is reflected in this year’s list of Fast 100 companies where nimble technology-led financial players have enjoyed extraordinary growth. A case in point is share trading platform and top 10 Fast 100 company, SelfWealth.”

Where COVID effected others negatively, we were able to grow at huge rates because we doubled down on customer focus. We have a loyal base of active investors and an aggressive product roadmap that caters to their needs. We’ve launched instant deposits, US trading, Chi-X trading, and pre-market trading for US markets like the NASDAQ and NYSE. And that’s not to mention the crypto inclusion we’re working on (stay tuned).

“SelfWealth started as a place where retail investors could meet and form communities.” Our CEO, Cath Whitaker, told the AFR. “This means that we are constantly in search of ways we can help retail investors — whether that be better education and content, an easier-to-use platform, or access to additional investment options such as cryptocurrencies. It’s not about what SelfWealth does – it is the why and our purpose is to empower people to achieve financial freedom.”

Read more in the AFR’s piece (in which we feature heavily) here: