Online broker Trade Republic has added 1,000 ETFs to its platform from issuers including Vanguard, Invesco and VanEck.
It takes the retail platform’s ETF offering to over 2,400 and comes after it expanded its trading service to 11 new markets in Europe last month.
It means investors across 17 countries can now launch a saving plan account with Trade Republic, which also offers stock, crypto and derivative trading alongside low-cost ETFs.
The firm’s app and desktop service offer free ETF and stock-based savings plans as well as €1 trading on individual assets.
The additional ETFs allow investors to gain access to ‘big tech’ and ‘sustainability’ according to Trade Republic.
Christian Hecker, co-founder of Trade Republic, said: “With these investment products, we are responding to one of our customer’s major wishes.
“Many people want to invest their money in things they know from their own lives. With Trade Republic's investable ‘Trending Topics’, we now enable customers to invest in big megatrends and build wealth that way.”
It said the new features will be rolled out to clients gradually in November.
Last month, the broker also introduced fractional investing on ETFs, allowing investors to buy increments of a product with an identical spread and pricing model versus a full share, meaning they can allocate smaller pools of assets more precisely.