Numbrs Personal Finance AG is a financial technology company based in Switzerland. The company offers an app called Numbrs that aggregates bank account and credit card information and facilitates mobile banking and personal financial planning.
The company was founded in 2012 by Julien Arnold, along with Dennis Just and Johannes Hübner, in a corporate accelerator controlled by Martin Saidler's company, Centralway. The company's product was inspired by the Mint app, a bank account aggregating app available in the US at that time. Arnold left the company in 2015.
The company demonstrated its app in 2013 at a financial technology conference, and it launched in Germany in 2014.
When it was first launched in 2014, the app could be used for mobile banking, aggregating any number of bank accounts, handling banking transactions, classifying records of spendings, and preparing financial plans. In November 2014 it had two stars out of five in the Apple app store.
In 2015 German consumer magazine Finanztest gave the app a score of "unsatisfactory" because the company retained customers' data on its servers, which raised consumer privacy concerns.
As of January 2017 the company had raised $125 million from investors including Saidler's family office, which was the majority shareholder, Marcel Ospel, Sir Ronald Cohen, Josef Ackermann, Alan Howard, and the Investment Corporation of Dubai; the company also said that 1.5m accounts had been entered into the app by that time.
Highest paying job titles at Numbrs include Software Engineer, Site Reliability Engineer (SRE), and Applications Architect