Today robo-headhunter Fintros announced their launch in the United States with an office in New York City, an investment from Barclays Bank, and acceptance into the Techstars Accelerator program.
Fintros has replaced job boards and external recruiters with on-demand anonymous passive talent for strategic finance employers.
Before Fintros, 74.6 per cent of North America’s population were passive talent that didn’t have the technology to take action on their career curiosity.
“Fintros has quickly become the most powerful tool since the invention of the resume to allow currently employed talent to safely explore new opportunities for work, while at work,” says Jonathan Garbe, co-founder of Fintros.
Fintros is disrupting the current job search by creating an entirely new category of recruitment. Jon Zanoff, Managing Director of Techstars, is “thrilled to announce Techstars’ investment in Fintros, a company bringing bleeding edge AI to the war for top talent by unlocking candidates previously unattainable.”
Barclays Bank is enthusiastic for Fintros to join their investment portfolio as they have been “heavily invested in utilizing AI for a number of years. We are integrating AI and decision support technologies across our company in order to create better experiences,” said John Stecher, Chief Innovation Officer at Barclays.
To date, Fintros has helped leading Canadian banks, asset managers, Fortune 1000 companies and operating firms augment their talent processes to hire previously unreachable top-tier passive talent.
Fintros was founded by Sloan Galler, Jonathan Garbe and Chris Ioannou. The team of HR professionals, finance leaders, data scientists and technology evangelists have built a proprietary AI-platform with industry leading accuracy to automatically shortlist candidates to interview, all within 14-seconds or less.