SGVC | Addepar raises $140 million to help rich people manage their assets
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Addepar raises $140 million to help rich people manage their assets

BY Paul Sawers | VentureBeat | June 9th, 2017

Addepar, a company that touts itself as the “operating system for the financial world,” has raised a whopping $140 million in a series D round of funding led by Valor Equity Partners, 8VC, and QuantRes founder Harald McPike.

Founded out of Mountain View, Calif. in 2009, Addepar is a data-driven investment management platform targeted at financial advisers, who use the software to track assets and “visualize” information for their clients. The company also offers APIs to integrate with third-party products, including Salesforce Financial Services Cloud. The company said that it works with hundreds of advisers, endowments, and major financial institutions, with more than $650 billion in assets funneled through its platform — up from $300 billion 18 months ago.

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