Powering a wealthier world
We are on a mission to build a one-stop shop for personal finance. Investments, savings, loans and insurance from multiple providers, all in the one place. Our dream is to help everyone find the right financial products at the right time.
Start with investing
Pearler was founded by 3 friends from Sydney in 2018 after we got fed up with only having two bad options to refer our friends to when they wanted to start investing – confusing trading platforms or expensive micro-investment apps.
Our first goal is to make it easy for every Aussie to invest in shares the right way: incremental amounts in diversified portfolios, for the long-term.
Where it all began
How do you invest? It was and is a common question, one discussed over drinks, at the gym, at work, between friends, families and online communities. It was the question started us on this journey.
Pearler won't give you the answer, we’re on a mission to help you find your own.
A world without chronic financial stress
At Pearler, this is what drives us. It is our motivation and our reason for being. It’s the world we think we can help create.
Founded with a shared purpose
My vision is an ecosystem where people can feel equipped to find their own answers to financial questions. Learn more
I believe we can create meaningful improvements in financial literacy, decrease the financial stresses of everyday Australians & ultimately unlock the creative potential of our nation. Learn more
We can’t make everyone rich, but I can certainly try to make sure any Australian who works hard and puts money aside every week can start to confidently build a wealthier future for themselves — because they sure deserve it. Learn more
Pearler x First Nations Foundation
Help your friends build wealth and do good in the process. How? By donating your investment credit to charity. Join Pearler and First Nations Foundation (FNF) in advancing financial literacy for Indigenous Australians.
FNF is an Indigenous-led not-for-profit working towards financial prosperity for Indigenous Australians nationwide.
Research released in 2019 by FNF in partnership with the Centre for Social Impact and NAB identified that only 1 in 10 Indigenous Australians are financially secure, compared with 1 in 2 non-Indigenous.