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August 20, 2022
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US challenger for teens Copper lands $4.3m

Copper, a Washington-founded banking challenger for teens, has landed $4.3 million in funding. Led by Seattle-based PSL Ventures, the round also saw participation from Snapchat’s product director Jack Brody, Mana Ventures and Western Technology Investment. The challenger sits amid the likes of US family finance app Jassby and teen bank AWSM, which aim to assist young users with financial literacy. “This team has also already proven that they know how to reach teens directly in high schools,” says investor Copper offers an FDIC-insured account with a debit card. It connects parents and children via an app like many of its competitors. Currently,…
US challenger for teens Copper lands .3m

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