Mylo is on a mission to help Canadians achieve their financial goals. The Mylo app makes it easy for everyone to save by automatically rounding up their purchases and investing the spare change, but roundups are just the beginning. To help our users across all aspects of their financial lives, we use data to develop personalized insights, recommendations and services.
Now, we are looking for more great people who want to be part of a high-energy startup reshaping the financial services industry. If you want to work with talented people, solve big problems and make life better for hundreds of thousands of people, in Canada and beyond, come join us at Mylo.
The Role: Financial Planner
Our mission is to help millennials achieve their financial goals. Our users have questions about everything from paying down debt, to reducing their cell phone bills. We're looking for a Financial Planner to listen carefully to our users, understand their needs, and provide the right advice.
What You’ll Be Doing
Mylo is Canada’s fastest growing fintech, and we’re just getting started. Since launching in July 2017, Mylo has been downloaded over 400,000 times and has already helped over 125,000 Canadians save and invest, many for the very first time.
We’ve been featured in major media across the country, won a deal on Dragons’ Den, and acquired an asset management firm with over $120M AUM. Our CEO Phil Barrar was nominated for EY Entrepreneur of the Year, made the Bay St Bull’s 30<30 List, and has raised $3.9M in funding to date, most notably from Desjardins Capital, the venture capital arm of North America's largest association of credit unions.
What We Offer
In a short time, our team has grown from just a few to almost 30 people. At Mylo, we value making an impact, asking the tough questions and being inclusive. Our people and their passion are what truly set us apart.
We believe in being an equal opportunity employer and we celebrate diversity and differences of perspectives at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.