New US fintech Wyshcast to boost financial inclusion with sandboxes
A new fintech has emerged in the US with the aim to increase financial inclusion “one sandbox at a time”.
Wyshcast, founded in September, is led by former JP Morgan digital strategist Nancy Shah, who also founded and led LucidianAI between March and September.
The service plans to offer a “fully-aggregated” and “one-stop” financial planning tool which provides a view of everything a customer owns, owes, earns, and spends.
It aims to be inclusive, accessible, and secure. It states on its website – currently just a landing page – that it can simplify and demystify financial modelling.
Shah, based in the San Francisco Bay Area, has also worked at business-to-consumer (B2C) consultancy Slalom and spent a year at BNP Paribas as a director for regulatory projects.
Wyshcast is currently hiring and plans a full launch in the near future.