Caroline Murphree has joined Moneybox, the award-winning digital wealth manager, as Managing Director of Investments, Retirement and Savings.
Moneybox helps people build wealth with confidence, wherever they start, by offering a range of products and services in the areas of home buying, investing, retirement and savings, all in one easy-to-use app, backed by award-winning technology and customer support. The platform supports over 850,000 customers and has over £3 billion in assets under administration.
Caroline joins Wealthsimple, where she was most recently CEO for Europe. A former consultant at McKinsey & Company in London, Caroline began her career in digital marketing at Quotient Technologies in Silicon Valley.
Charlie Mortimer, Co-Founder of Moneybox, commented: “It’s fantastic to welcome Caroline to the team as she brings such in-depth knowledge and experience of each industry and the wider market. Our full suite of products is designed to help people succeed over the long term, and Caroline will now take the reins to further improve our proposition, making it even more integrated, intuitive and personalized, guiding people through all their financial goals. keys in life. ”
Speaking of her appointment, Caroline Murphree said:
“I’m proud to join Moneybox and help people realize their personal opportunity to build wealth throughout their lifetime. By bringing savings, investing, home buying and pension plan in one simple app, along with tools, information and award-winning customer support, we aim to help people see clearly how they can make their money work harder for them, in the short and long term and to achieve their financial goals with more confidence.
In today’s economic climate, I believe Moneybox has a unique opportunity to revolutionize the way people interact with their finances and have a transformational effect on their financial future.
Caroline joins Moneybox’s newly recruited leadership team, Cecilia Mourain, MD, Moneybox Home-buying, and will help guide the business through its next phase of growth following a £35m Series D raise in April and a record crowdfunding campaign in May. 2022.