Addepar, a wealth management software company co-founded in 2009 by Palantir Technologies co-founder Joe Lonsdale, announced today it has raised $140 million to expand its services to investors and their advisors. It’s a big round for a financial tech company, even for Silicon Valley. The Mountain View, CA-based company’s Series D financing round was co-led […]
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MARCH 13, 2014
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2014 - ALLIANCEBERNSTEIN FINANCIAL SERVICES OPPORTUNITIES DELAWARE FUND, L.P.
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