Launched in 2010, Money Dashboard is a leading Fintech with a multi award winning personal finance app. In our friendly, creative and collaborative environment, you will be given the opportunity to tackle exciting projects and contribute to the culture of the company as we continue to expand.
We actively support others in achieving their objectives and seek their input in delivering on our own.
We are accountable for our own acts and omissions. We solve problems as we find them and celebrate the contributions of others.
We are honest about our weaknesses and mistakes, and learn from them. We seek to improve in our work, our product and ourselves.
We find new solutions to old problems. We disrupt, measure effects, and learn fast.
Money Dashboard was founded in 2010 by a small team in Edinburgh, passionate about making the often-confusing world of personal finance more open, transparent and accessible for everyone. We don't have a highlights reel, but if we did we'd probably talk about reaching our first 100,000 users, being selected for the London Stock Exchange ELITE programme, running a hugely successful £1.5m crowdfund with our community and expanding our team along the way.
Award winning app
With a funding injection from Calculus Capital and a hugely successful crowdfund, giving our users the opportunity to have a stake in the business, Money Dashboard evolved into an app named the UK's Best Personal Finance App 2017 & 2018 at The British Bank Awards. Voted for by the people, we achieved an average score of 4.9 / 5.
Working in Edinburgh
Edinburgh is an amazing city, with loads to offer and was recently voted the best place to live in the UK. We might be biased, but we really do think it’s one of the most exciting places in the world to work and live. Edinburgh is the UK’s second-largest financial centre and although relatively modest in size, it is a bustling metropolis. From fantastic galleries, libraries and museums, to an ample selection of pubs, trendy bars and clubs, everything you need is crammed into a surprisingly wee area.