Copilot Money lands $6m to innovate personal finance tools.

March 25, 2024
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  • Copilot Money, a FinTech startup, secures $6m in Series A funding led by Adjacent.
  • Founded in 2020, Copilot Money aims to revolutionize personal finance tools with a focus on user privacy and simplicity.

Copilot Money, a burgeoning FinTech startup, has announced the successful securing of $6m in Series A funding, led by Adjacent. Founded in 2020 by a former Google engineer, Copilot Money aims to revolutionize personal finance tools by emphasizing user privacy, offering an ad-free experience, and providing a simplified financial management interface. The company’s core mission is to empower users to confidently navigate their finances with an intuitive tool.

The funding will be used to expand the platform’s availability and accelerate the development of artificial intelligence (AI) and product offerings. Copilot Money expressed gratitude for the investment and highlighted the support of its user base and the shared vision of reimagining money management.

In addition to the funding announcement, Copilot Money revealed plans to hire new team members in New York City and Santiago, showcasing its commitment to growth and innovation in the FinTech space.

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