U-Nest just nabbed an additional $1.5 million in seed funding from investors including Northwestern Mutual Future Ventures and Group 11.
Ksenia Yudina, founder of U-Nest, left her job as a financial advisor at Capital Group American Funds to launch a college savings fintech.
U-Nest is an app-based fintech that offers users the ability to set up a state-sponsored 529 college-savings plan on their phones. Yudina said that the money raised will go to marketing and hiring.
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