Mozper is bringing the weekly allowance into the digital era in Latin America. About 70% of the population in the region has never received formal financial education, and do not have the right tools to teach their children. In Brazil and Mexico alone, parents give more than $10B each year in pocket money to kids. Currently, parents must choose between giving their kids cash or handing over their own credit/debit cards. Mozper is a debit card and app where parents can give their kids an allowance, set spending rules (so they can't blow it all on video games), assign chores and even create and track savings goals. Mozper is currently available in Mexico.
Yael is an authentic, energetic and caring leader, relentlessly focused on delivering results. She started her career in investment banking in New York at Lehman Brother and Barclays Capital. Moving to Panama, she set up a boutique finance and strategy consultancy which eventually gained her expertise in startups. Yael is CFO of Mozper, a Fintech targeting the pre-banked youth population. She is also the Treasurer of Mujeres Brillando, a NFP helping women entrepreneurs develop their businesses.
Gabriel Roizner is from Uruguay. He holds a B.Sc. in Information Systems Engineering (Ben Gurion University - Israel) and a M.Sc. in Computer Science (Grenoble INP - France). He co-founded and was CEO of TiZKKA: a fashion community in LatAm with 1.5M users (acquired in March 2018). Currently: co-founder & CEO of Mozper: a debit card and app designed for kids and parents in Latin America.