Spiff partners with Nordea and raises NOK 8.25M for launching its saving app in summer 2017.

Norway Investments 14 February 2017
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Spiff, an Oslo, Norway saving mobile app raised NOK 8.25M ($990k) in an equity investment round.

The backers include Innovasjon Norway as well as a number of local angel investors, such as Sigrid Bonde Tusvik, Lisa Tønne, Silvija Seres, Trond Riiber Knudsen or Camilla Kim Kielland.

Spiff, founded in 2015 by Steve Mellbye-Stølen and Carl-Nicolai Wessmann, developed an app that makes it social, easy and fun to save and invest for everyone, regardless of income. Currently the app is in closed beta and is epxected to be made available in the summer of 2017. For that launch, Spiff also announced a partnership with Nordea.

Spiff has eight full-time employees and three part-time employees. Prior to this investment, Spiff raised about NOK 5M ($660k) from Founders Fund, Sverre Munck (Opera Software chairman), Christian Solli Nyborg (co-founder of Spanish MVNO Mas Movil), Sprint Holding and Balder Onarheim.