TORONTO – Pascal WealthTech announced today that after careful consideration by the Selection Committee, they have been accepted into the NextSteps Program & Pitch Competition by BCF Ventures and MNP.
An exclusive program aimed at helping early-stage Canadian technology companies achieve their growth objectives, the selection to participate in NextSteps after a rigorous selection process is a new milestone for the emerging fintech company. Currently in market with InvestorEQ, their behavioural finance tool for financial advisors, and preparing to take their integrated wealth management platform to market in Q4 2021, participation in NextSteps signals to investors, and the wealth management industry, that the Pascal platform is an exciting Canadian fintech opportunity. “Being selected to participate in this leading national competition is yet another strong validation of our digital wealth management technology and leadership team,” said Pascal CEO Howard Atkinson. “Coming on the heels of our ventureLAB announcement in July, we are gaining recognition for the innovation we’re bringing to the wealth management industry as we pursue our mission to make the financial advisor’s world better.” John Muffolini, MNP National Leader, Technology Media Telecommunications said, “Pascal has a strong leadership team and an important technology solution for the wealth management industry. We’re excited to help them achieve their goals with guidance from our strategic advisors as well as make connections with well-suited investors as they complete their Series A round.” Frances Zomer, Pascal founder and CFO said, “It’s exciting to have the strategic minds at MNP and BCF Ventures helping Pascal take our wealth management products to market. Their commitment to entrepreneurs and innovation is what makes NextSteps such an outstanding program.”
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