Sequence raises $5.5 million

Israeli startup Sequence has emerged from stealth with $5.5 million in funding led by Aleph.

The fintech startup has built a “financial router” that allows users to manage their finances by visualizing their cash flow and creating routing rules. For example, a user can create a rule to stop transferring funds once the liability balance on a certain credit card is less than a specified amount.

Users are able to connect their various credit cards, loans, bank accounts, and money apps into Sequence.

The startup also works with financial advisors who can offer the product to their clients while supporting them with Sequence’s “co-pilot function.”

Pricing for the product ranges between $8.73-$34.97 per month.