Marius Nacht Invests in Swiss Mobile Banking Startup Numbrs
Numbrs has developed a mobile banking app that aggregates bank accounts and credit card data into a personalized financial service
Marius Nacht has joined a $27 million investment round in Swiss fintech company Numbrs Personal Finance AG, the company announced Tuesday.
Marius Nacht is the co-founder and Chairman of Nasdaq-traded Israeli cybersecurity company Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. Mr. Nacht also invests in life sciences startups through aMoon, a venture fund he co-founded in 2016. AMoon now aims to raise a $500 million or more for its second fund, and has already secured $200 million from Mr. Nacht himself and other investors, Calcalist reported in April.
Founded in 2012 and based in Zurich, Numbrs has developed a mobile banking app that aggregates bank accounts and credit card data into a personalized financial service. As of 2018, the Numbrs platform handled 7.2 billion Euros in assets, according to company data. Numbrs employs a 100-person team.
Numbrs has raised over $150 million to date from investors including the Sovereign Wealth Fund of Dubai (ICD), venture capitalist Sir Ronald Cohen, and Pierre Mirabaud of the Mirabaud Group.
“I think that both the financial sector and the healthcare sector are about to witness a major technological change and Numbrs has the potential to benefit from this process,” Marius Nacht said in a statement.