Digital pension disrupter gets off to a sweet start
A fintech start-up has set its sights on achieving a €250 million valuation within five years by disrupting the pensions industry in the same way that digital interlopers such as Revolut have upended retail banking.
Backed by actuary Conor O’Neill, a co-founder of spread betting firm Delta Index, Marshmallow describes itself as Europe’s first digital pension provider. Almost €500,000 in pre-seed funding has been raised so far from private investors and founders to develop its digital capabilities. In addition to O’Neill, the founders are chief executive Ailish Dooley, chief technology officer Richard Skinner and sports broadcaster Daire O’Brien.
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