Wednesday, April 24, 2024
Outlook India
Outlook Business

Kuvera Launches Jini, A Chat-Based Feature To Help GenZs Set Financial Goals

The new chat-based goal planning feature by online investment platform Kuvera is aimed at helping young investors set financial goals, achieve them through systematic planning and develop financial discipline

Kuvera Launches Jini, A Chat-Based Feature To Help GenZs Set Financial Goals
Gaurav Rastogi, co-founder and chief executive officer of Kuvera

Outlook Start-Up Desk

POSTED ON March 14, 2023 2:20 PM

Financial planning start-up Kuvera has launched a new feature to assist GenZ investors in visualising their financial goals.

Whether planning for short-term financial goals such as a vacation or long-term financial goals such as retirement, visualisation of financial goals is the first step towards a better financial future said Kuvera adding that crafting a customised plan and saving accordingly helps cushion investors from market volatility and over time makes investing a habit.

The company further explained that young or first-time investors may not be aware of the benefits of goal planning or may not want to work through complicated spreadsheets. Importantly, many first-time investors feel the amount they are investing is too small to spend time on planning and building their investment roadmap.

With an aim to bridge this need, Kuvera has re-launched its goal planning feature in a new avatar - Jini, targeted at young investors. “Goal planning is the hallmark of a smart investor, and an average investor on Kuvera tracks more than two goals. We wanted to make goal planning easy, intuitive and an absolute delight for our users. Jini, our chat-based feature, talks in a language that young investors can relate to,” said Gaurav Rastogi, co-founder and chief executive officer (CEO) of Kuvera.

Jini is a unique chat-based feature that helps users plan and invest for their goals. Users on the Kuvera app can choose from a list of pre-defined goals or even create their own. On adding a goal, Jini will ask about the timeline for the goal and the amount to be saved. Jini then crafts an action plan that could enable investors to achieve their goals within the time horizon. 

“Our algorithms are designed to take out the complexity of this exercise and helps answer the key question of how much to save. With Jini, you can get up and running in minutes.” said Neelabh Sanyal, co-founder and chief operating officer (COO) at Kuvera.

Some of the common goals that youngsters plan for on the platform are owning a home, creating a retirement corpus, going on international vacations, or planning a dream destination wedding.

Founded by Rastogi and Sanyal in 2016, Kuvera is a free platform for investing in direct mutual funds, fixed deposits, stocks and more. The online financial planning platform offers commission-free direct plan investing. Its team consisting of ex-money managers and experts help investors choose from a range of investment options such as mutual funds, fixed deposits, Indian and US stocks. So far Kuvera has more than 1.6 million investors and Rs 40,000 crores worth of assets under administration.

  • Related Articles

    Pai advised founders of India-centric startups "to be careful" and "not get carried away" by investors who force companies they fund, to domicile in the US and open bank accounts there as well. Pai...

    Start-Ups Based In India Should Resist Investor Pressure To Domicile Outside: Mohandas Pai

    California-based Silicon Valley Bank (SVB), the 16th largest bank in the United States, was closed on Friday by the California Department of Financial Protection and Innovation which later appointed...

    Collapse of Silicon Valley Bank To Impact Indian Start-Up Ecosystem, Experts Feel

    Recur Club has claimed that more than 50 per cent of Indian SaaS (software-as-a-service) companies are estimated to have a US presence, out of which a majority were banking with SVB

    Silicon Valley Bank Crisis: Recur Club To Allocate $15 Million In Financing To All Affected Founders