Major ForUsAll Milestones – $500m in Assets and $21m in Venture Funding

January 18, 2018 by Healy Jones

Last January we were pleased to announce that we grew our assets to $100 million. This year we are excited to let the world know that we are now managing $500 million in retirement plans for small and mid-sized businesses.

As our CEO and Co-founder, Shin Inoue says, “Our 1st $100 million took 18 months to accumulate, and our most recent $100 million was added in two months. We expect companies to continue to switch to us as their advisors as we build more and more momentum.”

ForUsAll has also raised a new round of venture investment from a well-known financial technology investor, Ribbit Capital. Ribbit has invested in a number of well known fintech companies, including Robinhood, Coinbase, Avant, and Credit Karma, and we are pleased to join their network of rapidly growing financial technology companies. The round totaled $21 million; our existing investors, including Foundation Capital, also participated.

Our mission remains the same: to fix retirement in America, so that everyone has a fair shot at a brighter financial future. While the $6 trillion retirement gap in the US continues to exist, we believe that we are on our way to making a dent. We’ve reimagined the 401(k) from the ground up, driving employee savings while reducing the liabilities and work associated with offering a 401(k) plan.

If you’re interested in the intersection of finance and technology, and want to help Americans save for their future, visit our recruiting page!

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Healy Jones
Healy joined ForUsAll because he believes that all Americans deserve a fulfilling retirement. As the head of marketing, he’s focused on spreading the word that small businesses can offer their employees a great 401k plan. Prior to ForUsAll, he ran the acquisition marketing team at Sunrun, the nation’s largest dedicated residential solar provider, where he lead the direct to consumer team to hundreds of percent year over year growth. He began his career in financial services, working for JP Morgan, Summit Partners, and Atlas Venture. Healy has an A.B. from Dartmouth College and an M.B.A. from Wharton. When he’s not working, Healy and his wife enjoy taking their daughter rock climbing and filling their wine fridge. When he finally retires, he hopes to start emptying the wine fridge.
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