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Amicus.io Becomes a Client of the TIFIN Group

Banking CIO Outlook | Monday, May 31, 2021

The business is rapidly expanding, having recently reported substantial funding as well as JPMorgan Chase's acquisition of 55ip. Magnifi, Positivly, Louise, Clout, and Totum are just a few of the TIFIN products.

FREMONT, CA: Amicus.io, the fintech company on a mission to create a more generous world, has declared fintech platform, The TIFIN Group (TIFIN) as a client. TIFIN would have complete access to Amicus.io technologies and services, enabling them to easily incorporate charitable donation solutions with their own financial solutions.

With a network of intelligent products that understand the individuality of each investor, TIFIN is shaping the future of investor experience. TIFIN creates next-generation goods by integrating investment intelligence, data science, and technology to make investing a more efficient driver of financial well-being. It is driven by an ecosystem of finance and technology leaders.

The business is rapidly expanding, having recently reported substantial funding as well as JPMorgan Chase's acquisition of 55ip. Magnifi, Positivly, Louise, Clout, and Totum are just a few of the TIFIN products.

Dr. Vinay Nair, a Wharton professor and renowned financial services innovator, founded TIFIN. He now serves as a special advisor to JP Morgan's fintech projects in asset management and wealth management. He is a co-author of the book Investing for Change, which serves as a primer on Socially Responsible Investing. Dr. Nair has assembled an ecosystem of senior finance and technology executives, as well as a host of venerable financial services veterans as capital partners, including Cathie Wood and David Pottruck, at TIFIN.

"Generating, managing, and giving wealth are all activities that are inextricably linked. TIFIN is working to remove the barriers that fragment them," stated Dr. Vinay Nair, founder, chairman and CEO of TIFIN. "We are strong believers in the work Amicus.io is doing to democratize access to giving tools and see tremendous potential in this increased access helping unlock a holistic view of wealth and philanthropy."

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