NerdWallet Stock

nerdwallet.comFinTechFounded: 2009Funding to Date: $38.84MM

NerdWallet is a provider of financial wellness information, designed to help people find the right credit cards and mortgage rates, refinance their student loans, track their spending and more.

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Management Team

Laura Onopchenko
Chief Financial Officer
Kevin Yuann
Vice President of Product, Credit Cards and Banking
David Henke
Maggie Leung
Vice President of Content
Jacob Gibson
Co-Founder & Advisor
Dan Yoo
Tim Chen
Co-Founder, President, Board Member & Chief Executive Officer
Florence Chialtas
Vice President of People Operations
Bhaskar Ghosh Ph.D
Kelly Gillease
Chief Marketing Officer

Board Members

James Robinson III
RRE Ventures
Tim Chen
Joyce Ng
iGlobe Partners
Gibson Biddle
SooBoon Koh
iGlobe Partners
Thomas Loverro
Arjan Schütte
Core Innovation Capital
Simon Williams
Camelot Financial Capital Management

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