Robo-adviser Wahed targets Muslim investors in U.S. and beyond

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SYDNEY (Reuters) – New York-based Wahed Invest will offer its automated investment services across the United States after raising $5 million in seed capital, making it the first robo-adviser to cater to Muslim investors through a sharia-compliant platform, its founder said.