A new Twitter account launched by British banks has been set up to promote their mutual investments, with the aim of boosting their online presence.
The Twitter account, @Gibraltar, was launched on Friday and has more than 100,000 followers, according to a post on the bank’s website.
It says the account will focus on its mutual fund business, adding that the account is aimed at helping investors manage their savings, which are often volatile, and that it aims to attract people with strong knowledge of mutual fund investments and strategies.
The account is based in Gibraltar and is set to open in the first half of 2020.
Gibson says it has around $4.5bn invested in its mutual funds and ETFs.
It says the accounts can be accessed on its website, where users can review and contribute to investment guides and manage their accounts.