Acorns is the first company to offer micro investing to the world. The proprietary financial engine allows customers to roundup spare change from everyday purchases and invest these sub-dollar amounts into a professionally managed portfolio of index funds. One just needs to connect any credit or debit card and a checking account, then spend money as usually to watch its portfolio grow with the market. It's easy to get started when one can invest any amount, any time with no commissions or minimums.
Company Growth (employees)
Irvine, US
Size (employees)
173 (est)+5%
Acorns was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in Irvine, US

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Acorns has an office in Irvine
Irvine, US (HQ)
Scholle Center Building 4
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Y, 2017


2 m
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Acorns Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Acquired CompanyDateDeal Size
VaultNovember 07, 2017

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The Rise Fund backs micro-investing app Acorns

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PayPal partners with Acorns to help you invest your money

PayPal is better known as a digital payments service for buying things through eBay and a multitude of online and offline retail channels, but the company has today announced a number of integrations with popular microinvestment platform Acorns. Acorns, for the uninitiated, makes it easy for consume…

Acorns to launch new retirement accounts after buying Portland fintech startup, Vault

 Micro-investment service, Acorns, which automatically invests small amounts from its customers’ bank accounts into investment funds, has bought Vault, a Portland-based developer of retirement fund investment services. Vault’s application lets its users set aside part of their paychecks into retirem…

To Win Against Incumbents, Wealth Tech Startups Focus On The ‘Bleeding Edge Of Development’

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Hot investing app Acorns has hired a former top exec at the world's largest investor

Popular micro-investing app Acorns just made a big hire. The firm announced that Christopher Jones, BlackRock's former cohead of global active equities, will join the company as Chair of the Investment Committee. Jones will advise on long-term strategy and oversee ETF's, portfolio construction, and …
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