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Superhero to hit NZX next month

Dan Brunskill
Tue, 03 May 2022

Superhero to hit NZX next month
Superhero founders John Winters and Wayne Baskin want to create a one-stop shop for Australasian, American and crypto investments. (Photo: supplied)
Dan Brunskill
Tue, 03 May 2022
Australian share broking platform Superhero is about to launch in New Zealand, bringing new competition to the three existing retail brokers: Sharesies, Hatch, and Stake. Chief executive John Winters told BusinessDesk he expects to launch Superhero in its first international market “in the coming weeks”.“We know that New Zealand is a country of engaged investors and we’re keen to offer a flexible, affordable platform for Kiwis to grow their wealth,” he said.Superhero first launched in Australia in Septemb...

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