Acorns Stock

acorns.comFinTech / Personal FinanceFounded: 2012Funding to Date: $838.73MM

Acorns, founded in 2012, is a fintech company with a proprietary financial engine that allows customers to roundup spare change from everyday purchases and invest into a professionally managed portfolio of index funds. In addition to their roundup feature, Acorns also provides debit cards, personal checking, investment and retirement accounts.

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Management Team

Imad Banna
Chief Information Security Officer
Noah Kerner
Chief Executive Officer
David Hijirida
Seth Wunder
Chief Investment Officer & Chief Financial Officer
Denise Chisolm
Chief Compliance Officer
Pete Johnson
Chief Data Officer
Thomas Arrix
Chief Revenue Officer & Chief Partnerships Officer

Board Members

Gabrielle Sulzberger
Dana Settle
Shlomo Benartzi
Christopher Jones

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News Highlights

Acorns Review 2024
Acorns is an automated investing app offering diversified ETF portfolios, retirement accounts, and micro-investing tools for beginners. The easy-to-use platform charges flat monthly fees rather than a percentage of assets. While more expensive than some competitors, Acorns simplifies investing for hands-off investors overwhelmed by choices.
Investing app Acorns acquires kid-focused fintech GoHenry to expand in Europe
American micro-investing platform Acorns acquired GoHenry, a digital banking startup focused on educating kids about money, for an undisclosed sum. The company told CNBC exclusively that it agreed an all-stock deal with GoHenry that will see the firm become a wholly owned subsidiary of Acorns, with employees and backers of GoHenry rolling over their equity.
Acorns to go public via Spac
Savings and investing app Acorns is set to go public at a $2.2 billion valuation via a combination with Nasdaq-listed Spac Pioneer Merger Corp.
Updated on: May 18, 2024


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