Start-up FinChat aims to disrupt research space using GenAI

Since launching amid the GenAI mania last spring, FinChat has been buoyed by its use of AI in sourcing its data.

Braden Dennis, CEO and founder of stock research platform FinChat, does not have a background in finance. An environmental engineer by trade, he last worked as an environmental supervisor at Ontario Power Generation, an organization owned by the Ontario government in his native Canada.

Over a call in early May from FinChat’s Toronto office, Dennis explains that he nurtured his adolescent interest in financial services by starting a podcast, the eventual success of which encouraged him to pursue

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