Wealthfront has begun offering lines of credit to its young, well-heeled client base, its latest move to expand revenues since its founder Andy Rachleff took back the chief executive role.

Starting Wednesday, investors who have at least $100,000 in taxable Wealthfront accounts will be able to borrow up to 30% of the account value, the company said.

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