Sydney fintech Simply Wall St has raised $2.4 million in funding from its user base, which has now grown to 100,000 users across five global markets.
Sydney fintech startup Simply Wall St has announced its first acquisition, picking up Atlanta, Georgia startup Capp.io. The acquisition, made for an undisclosed fee, was funded in part by the startup’s $600,000 seed round last August.
FinTech startup Simply Wall St prepares to commercialise its offering following $600,000 funding round
Sydney-based startup Simply Wall St, which makes the stock market easier to navigate, has just announced the closing of a $600,000 funding round led by Mike Quinn from Innovation Capital, with participation from Sydney Angels and their Sidecar Fund. This brings the total amount raised by the startup to $700,000, including the original investment from AWI ventures.
Entrepreneurs Al Bentley and Nick van den Berg were just as lost when trying to decode the stock market enigma, which is why they decided it was time for a startup-style intervention. Launched last month, their FinTech startup Simply Wall St was designed to make the stock market easier to navigate for Gen-Y investors who are new to the game.