Paris-based RockFi secures €3m to redefine wealth management

Paris-based RockFi secures €3m to redefine wealth management

RockFi, a Paris-based FinTech company, has successfully raised €3m in a fundraising round.

The round was spearheaded by Varsity I, a venture fund launched by Didier Valet, former Deputy CEO of Societe Generale, according to a report from EU Startups. The investment round also saw contributions from tech and private management business angels, including figures such as Kerala founding partner Antoine Freysz, Hexa co-founders Amaury Sepulchre, and Tractable founder Alexandre Dalyac.

RockFi is poised to establish itself as a leader in private wealth management, aiming to make the high standards of family offices available to investor clients. The company focuses on delivering advice, performance, and simplicity, blending human expertise with technological innovation to serve its clients better.

The funds will be used to scale RockFi’s operations significantly. The company plans to triple its workforce by the end of the year, expand its network of private bankers and wealth management experts, and extend its services across the entirety of France.

RockFi CEO Pierre Marin commented, “Since the beginning of the year, we have seen strong client traction eager for a new model to manage their wealth. With a market of €4.8 trillion in assets ahead of us and no tech leader yet in France and Europe, our ambition is very high for the coming years.”

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