Toronto fintech d1g1t expanding to the U.S. after passing $50 billion in assets

Toronto fintech d1g1t has kept a low profile since rolling out its product a year ago.

The company, pronounced “digit,” provides an all-in-one software solution giving financial advisers more granular data, which is being used by some of Canada’s wealthiest family offices and investment firms.

It’s made deals with 12 clients to manage over $50 billion in assets, and is pushing into the U.S. market.

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