Acorns is now valued at $860 million following a $105 million funding round (CMCSA, BLK)
|01/30/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
US-based personal finance management (PFM) app Acorns is now valued at $860 million, following a $105 million Series E funding round, per CNBC.
Investors in Acorns’ latest funding round include NBCUniversal, Comcast Ventures, Bain Capital Ventures, and BlackRock. NBCUniversal — now the startup’s largest shareholder — will get a seat on Acorns’ board of directors, which will be held by CNBC chairman Mark Hoffman.