Smart banking assistant Vomsis received a seed investment from Albaraka Fintech Venture Capital Fund

Albaraka Fintech Venture Capital Fund (FGSYF) has invested $100.000 in Vomsis, an Albaraka Garaj startup.
Smart banking assistant Vomsis received a seed investment from Albaraka Fintech Venture Capital Fund

Vomsis, which functions as a smart banking assistant, has received investment from Albaraka Portfolio Management Fintech Venture Capital Investment Fund. According to the information shared, Albaraka Fintech Venture Capital Investment Fund (FGSYF), founded by Albaraka Portfolio which is a 100% subsidiary of Albaraka Turk Participation Bank, has invested $100.000 in Vomsis, an Albaraka Garaj startup.

We should add that the total investment amount of the fund, which assists Albaraka Garaj entrepreneurs for the fifth time since 2019, to date, has reached 4 Million TRY.

Vomsis, which serves as a smart banking assistant that allows all bank accounts to be tracked safely from a single screen, ensures that its users instantly control and track their bank accounts from a single screen rather than entering all the banks separately.

Vomsis, which does not require a credit card or any commitment, does not in any way request for bank account information or passwords. Vomsis, in addition to high data security and time advantages it offers, provides access from anywhere from all devices.

Albaraka Turk General Manager Melikşah Utku stated that despite the many disadvantages brought by the global COVID-19 pandemic, they continue to assist ventures, and he further added that they continue to strengthen entrepreneurship ecosystems and invest in this field.

Albaraka Portfolio Management General Manager Muhammed Emin Özer said that they continue to support entrepreneurs who graduated from Garaj, part of the Fintech Venture Capital Investment Fund (FGSYF) in the Albaraka ecosystem. Özer, who added that they believed in the companies they invested in would achieve much greater things, stated they were happy to have completed their fifth investment with Vomsis.