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Our crowdfund has now closed. We raised £7m in under two days and are now the second biggest equity raise ever with over 16,700 investors.
Thank you for your support on our first ever crowdfund – we’re so excited to bring you even closer to our journey. Here’s to the future!
Our award-winning app brings all your savings and investments together in a service that is simple and enjoyable to use.
We provide the right products, tools and technology to help everyone save and invest to achieve their goals easily. Whether it’s buying a house, saving for retirement or just a rainy day. In 2016 we began by offering round ups, investing the spare change from daily card purchases into a Stocks & Shares ISA.
Since then, our technology, cloud-based infrastructure and product offerings have grown. You can now set aside money in a way that suits you, into a range of different products, including; Lifetime ISAs and a personal pension.
While we have secured our target investment from our latest institutional funding round (Series C), we want to bring you, the Moneybox community, even closer to our journey. You are at the heart of what we do and we wouldn’t be here today without you.
It’s always been our plan to give our users the chance to own part of Moneybox and let you share in our successes. Now, in addition to our latest institutional funding of £30m, our first crowdfunding raise, powered by Crowdcube, will help us build on our product offering, invest in new technology, scale the team, and further execute on our mission of helping everyone save and invest for their future.
Remember that the risk of investing in Moneybox shares is greater than the risk when investing in the funds we offer. Also, Moneybox shares aren’t listed on the stock exchange, and you won’t be able to sell your shares until we make them available for the general public to buy and sell.
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While we have secured the required investment from our latest institutional funding, we wanted to bring the Moneybox community even closer to our journey. They are at the heart of what we do and we wouldn’t be here today without them. It’s always been our plan to give our users the chance to own part of Moneybox and let them share in our successes. Now, along with our latest institutional funding of £30m, our first crowd raise will help us build on our product offering, invest in new technology, scale the team, and further execute on our mission of helping everyone save and invest for their future.
When you invest in equity you buy a percentage or share of a business. Hopefully the business you have backed goes on to make an ‘exit’ (by floating on the stock market or via a sale to another company) at a higher value than when you invested, and you will get a return on your investment and make a profit.
Just remember that investing in a startup business carries significant risks, including illiquidity, lack of dividends, loss of your investment and dilution. You can read more about these risks on the Crowdcube website.
Crowdcube is a platform which enables businesses to attract investment from professionals and venture capital firms, as well as from everyday investors. They have facilitated crowdfunding raises for Monzo, Revolut, BrewDog, Freetrade and more. Learn more about Crowdcube here.
Thanks for registering! We will be in touch with you over the next few days with more information on our crowd raise, including our live date.
The campaign will go live on Tuesday 28th July. Register on this page to be sent our private crowdfund live link.
You must be over 18 years old and legally entitled to invest. You’ll also need to be a resident of the UK or a country where you may legally receive financial promotions of the nature provided. See more details on the Crowdcube website. Eligible Moneybox users will be notified and given access first. You will need to be a Crowdcube member to invest – sign up on their website here.
An ‘Eligible Moneybox User’ is defined as someone who has successfully opened a Moneybox account (including a 95 Day notice savings account, Cash Lifetime ISA, Stocks & Shares ISA, Stocks & Shares Lifetime ISA, Personal Pension, General Investment Account or Junior ISA) with Moneybox.
To invest in the Moneybox crowdfunding, you must sign up to Crowdcube on their website. Once you’ve signed up and the Moneybox crowdfunding round has opened (remember eligible Moneybox users who have registered their interest via this page will get first access), you’ll be able to invest via the Crowdcube website. Your money will not be taken until the round has officially closed and the cooling-off period has ended.
Yes, pre-registered eligible Moneybox users will be notified first via email when the raise goes live. If you are a Moneybox customer please make sure you use the email address associated with your Moneybox account to register on this page. After we have notified eligible Moneybox users who have pre-registered we will notify all other pre-registrants a short time after, followed by all other eligible Moneybox users. Public access may be available via the Crowdcube website. Signup with Crowdcube in advance to be notified.
You’ll be able to see this information, and more, in our investor presentation on the Crowdcube platform when the campaign goes live. At this stage, we can confirm that the valuation of the business continues to increase from previous funding rounds and you will be investing on the same terms as the institutional investors who invested in our current Series C funding round.
Any investment caps will be displayed on the Moneybox investment page on the Crowdcube website once the crowdfunding is live.
Moneybox is a private company, which means it doesn’t trade on a stock exchange. This means you can only sell Moneybox shares when a ‘liquidity event’ occurs. A liquidity event occurs when the company is sold or chooses to list on a stock exchange. To make a return, Moneybox would need to enter a ‘liquidity event’ where its shares are valued at a higher value than when you invested, making you a return on your investment. Please be aware, investments of this nature carry risks to your capital.
All investing should be regarded as longer term. The value of your investments can go up and down, and you may get back less than you invest.