Timeline raises £6m in funding to fuel 'rapid' growth

Led by MTech Capital

Jenna Brown
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Timeline has raised £6m in financing to fund “rapid new business growth” and enhance its financial planning technology and model portfolio service for financial advisers. 

The fundraising was led by MTech Capital, a financial services-focused venture capital firm. Other major players in the financing include leading global wealth management platform and existing investor, FNZ, and Darren Carter, non-executive director at Peel Hunt. Timeline was founded in 2018 by Abraham Okusanya, the firm's chief executive(pictured). It has developed an end-to-end financial planning platform for UK IFAs that includes modules for client fact find, risk profile, cashflow modelling, investment analytics and Betafolio - a suite of low-cost model portfolios used by firms an...

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