The FinTech Report Podcast – Episode 13: Interview with Caleb Gibbins, Cache Investment Management

The FinTech Report Podcast – Episode 13: Interview with Caleb Gibbins, Cache Investment Management

Australians owning shares/ETFs via fintech wealth Apps will grow to 7m in next 5 years, says Cache


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Episode 13: Caleb Gibbins, Founder, Cache Investment Management


Key take out points:

  1. Micro investing Apps have 1.3m customers over 8 providers, with growth at 120%+ last year, says Cache.
  2. More people now own shares/ETFs via micro-investing apps than directly.
  3. Cache predicts micro investment Apps will have 7m accounts in 5 years. Growth driven by new fintechs and banks who outsource Fund Management to Investing as a service providers like Cache.


Cache provide Investing as-a-Service so that any company can be a Fintech company.

You can integrate Cache’s fully digital investment products directly into your existing app, website or other platform through their APIs.

Clients include UpStreet and Spriggy Invest. Cache on a mission to help people invest.

“Launching investment products is hard; Cache is your end-to-end fund manager, and offers licencing and financial infrastructure: licencing, registry, fund administration, payments, trustee, custody, trading – broking, settlement, tax accounting; fund audit, PDS documents. Trustee, Custodian & Broker are third party suppliers and will be appointed by Cache,” said Caleb Gibbins, Founder and CEO of Cache.

Cache enables trading in Australian and US listed assets/equities.

Cache conducted a report into Micro Investing; available here:


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