ING Direct Living Super has extended its share trading platform to include direct securities and additional ETFs.
In a statement, ING Direct Living Super said it has enhanced its share trading platform with the inclusion of securities within the S&P/ASX 300 index and 26 additional ETFs.
ING said the upgrade was in response to investor and adviser demand.
ING Direct head of third-party distribution Mark Woolnough said: “Investors are increasingly looking for control of their superannuation, which asset classes like direct share trading and ETFs offer.”
“Advisers and their clients have been asking for more in terms of direct investment options, and we have delivered,” he said.
The statement also indicated that ING Direct Living Super has launched an online corporate actions facility, allowing advisers to better manage clients' corporate actions.
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