Out Of Stealth Mode, Personal Capital Raises $25 Million

Posted Aug 30, 2011

Personal Capital is a company that has recently exited stealth mode and has raised $25 million in venture financing. The funding includes a Series A round that was led by Institutional Venture Partners (IVP) and a Series B round that was led by Venrock and more participate by IVP. Personal Capital is not planning to launch yet, but they will soon debut a financial advisor service that delivers an investment management and personal finance service. The chief executive of Personal Capital is former Intuit CEO Bill Harris. Everbank co-founder Rob Foregger serves as the chief strategy officer of Personal Capital. And former E-Loan CIO Jay Shah serves as the CIO of Personal Capital. The company is based in Redwood City, California.