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Finance & Technology

  • Jul 2, 2014 · 7:00 PM
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This month, three speakers on finance and technology: Betterment, SmartAsset, and Kapitall.

Speakers

Betterment (betterment.com)
Jon Mauney (Data Engineer, @jonmauney) and Nick Petri (Data and Behavioral Analyst)

Betterment is an automated, web-based investment manager with over $600 million in assets under management, and backed by over $45 million in capital raised from investors like Bessemer and Citi Ventures.

SmartAsset (smartasset.com)
Philip Camilleri (CTO, @philipcamilleri

Backed by Y-Combinator and SV Angel, SmartAsset provides tools that help consumers make life's biggest financial decisions (like buying a home, getting a student loan, etc.). 

Kapitall (kapitall.com)
Peter de Florio (Head of Product)

Gamifying investing for a growing community of 200,000+ members.

Details

7-9pm (program will be 7:15-ish to 8:15-ish, the rest will be mingling)
Wednesday, Jul 2  

Refreshments 

Free pizza, beers, and other beverages/snacks!

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  • Nicholas M. C.

    Interesting startups, interesting albeit incomplete approaches to making finance accessible to people.

    July 2, 2014

    • Ramon

      I think their business models and target markets were well defined. They aren't building platforms that make finance more accessible to people but rather making finance easier to understand and helping people make smarter decisions when investing their capital. There are other companies focused on making finance accessible.

      1 · July 3, 2014

    • Radford

      Isn't it a difference in semantics at that point? What does it mean to make finance more "accessible"? If a tool lets users invest with more ease and knowledge, doesn't that make finance more "accessible"?

      2 · July 3, 2014

  • Mike K.

    Great event, really enjoyed the product/tech focus vs. the typical pitches

    2 · July 3, 2014

  • Roman Fichman E.

    Appreciated giving the presenting companies more substantive time for their presentations and q&a unlike other events that cram as many companies as they can.

    1 · July 3, 2014

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