Personal finance and price comparison platform Finder has raked in $22m from a recent capital influx.
According to Finder, this was the company’s first external funding raise since it launched 15 years ago. The firm secured the investment from tech growth investment company Future Now Capital.
Founded in 2006, Finder is focused on helping people globally make better financial decisions. The company provides information on a number of products such as loans, savings, insurance and bank cards.
Finder claims its vision is to become the world’s go-to destination for comparing.
The company operates in over 50 countries worldwide. It has offices in Sydney, Adelaide, Denver, Toronto, New York City, Manila, Wroclaw and London.
Through its newly raised funding, Finder intends to develop new consumer products in Australia, the US, the UK and Asia.
Finder co-founder Fred Schebesta said that while the firm has been ‘bootstrapped since day one’, it is now taking on its first ever partner – which was not disclosed – to help accelerate its accessibility of its financial management platform to a global audience.
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