Plum, the chatbot-based app that helps you manage your money, is disclosing $4.5 million in further funding.
The round, which quietly closed in the summer, was led by venture firm VentureFriends and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD).
It brings total funding for the London and Athens-based fintech to $6.3 million.
Founded in 2016 by early TransferWise employee Victor Trokoudes and Alex Michael, Plum is described as an AI-powered online money management tool.
Similar to U.K. competitors Cleo and Chip and a host of other PFM-styled apps, you link the app to your bank accounts and gain access to a range of functionality spanning savings, investments and finding ways of saving money based on analysis of your regular outgoings.
This includes helping you save based on what Plum’s algorithms deem you can afford — in the form of round-ups and/or regular savings — and other budgeting tools.