Popular Banking App To Move To The Mill In Wilmington, Delaware

Person counting pennies in their hands.

You’ve heard of squirrels storing acorns away for winter but do you do that for your money? No? Then it’s time to check out Acorns- the mobile app that helps you save money by rounding up your daily purchases to the nearest dollar and automatically putting the difference into investment accounts.

 

Need a job? They are hiring 20 to 30 technologists —developers, testers, program managers, and scrum masters —while the operations side will be looking for 10-20 risk managers and other operations people.

 

New Chief Technology Officer Hugh Tamassia says the company sees Wilmington as “a powerful financial community that has been depleted over the past few years with people who can help us scale and add products,” he said.

 

Acorns launched in 2014 and were one of Fast Company magazine’s Most Innovative Companies of 2019. Besides its retirement-investment product, Acorns users can open an IRA, obtain a checking account, and a debit card that links to its investment products.

Summarised from the article, Millennial-centric banking app to hire 30-50 industry vets to drive growth from Delaware Business Times.

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