UK fintech MoneyBoss plans on P2P personal finance
London has a new personal finance fintech in the shape of MoneyBoss, which promises to provide a “fun and interactive” wealth building platform.
The new firm says it can aggregate and analyse all a user’s financial accounts in one place.
It also promises to provide an anonymous comparison service with “peers and financial masters of wealth generation”.
MoneyBoss appears to be planning to mix social media with wealth management, as it touts a peer-to-peer learning system whereby users can comment on the providers and transactions others make.
In terms of fees, users will be charged £10 per month to use the platform.
MoneyBoss is led by Luke Dominique Warner, a former Standard Bank analyst. Warner is also chief product officer at lending company Mystro and a product leader at HR firm Safeguard Global.
Earlier this month Warner indicated on social media that MoneyBoss is approaching the milestone of 500 paid registrants.
He describes MoneyBoss as inspired by “the last 10 years of my financial freedom journey”, and how he has distilled “10,000 hours and £10,000 in fees” into his platform.