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Stuart DePina's exit is part of 'pivotal moment' in play to 'better innovate.'

Envestnet finally, officially, (mostly) parts ways with Stuart DePina but adds back his old Tamarac division then promotes Dana D'Auria, Farouk Ferchichi, Tony Leal and Tom Sipp in a major new restructuring

The $5-trillion Berwyn, Pa., software, investments company and Yodlee owner reveals the next generation of leaders succession and, it hopes, success for shareholders

June 8, 2022 at 12:17 AM

Plaid is now known at DOJ as a payments disruptor as much as a picnic blanket design choice.

After shaking down Bain for evidence, DOJ files suit to stop Visa purchase of Plaid, a nightmarish turn of events for the $5.3-billion dream deal

The Feds see Plaid acquisition as naked attempt by Visa to perpetuate a monopoly with 'insurance policy;' the card giant responds with acerbic aplomb.

November 6, 2020 at 10:29 PM

Makan Delrahim: Both venture capital and antitrust are often about predicting the future competitive dynamics of competition... [and] tough decisions are necessary not only to survive but to thrive.

With Visa-Plaid deal closing five months delayed already, Feds accuse Bain & Co. of stonewalling on pricing strategy documents that cast light on anti-trust hotspot

Makan Delrahim says he won't let Bain run out the clock and the assistant US Attorney sued for the documents as part of the DOJ's antitrust investigation.

October 29, 2020 at 2:02 AM

Yodlee wobbled for 18 months but it never tumbled into the abyss.

Never mind the short-term gains, Bill Crager tells Wall Street he's keeping Yodlee as it wins back accounts from the Plaid-era firms with oodles of value yet to be unlocked

Envestnet modernized Yodlee, cut fees, after clients dumped it for upstarts and now the fixed-up fixer-upper is worth more in-house than on the auction block, CEO Crager says.

September 14, 2020 at 8:47 PM

Marc Kasowitz: FinApps is pleased with the court’s well-reasoned opinion.

Two big adverse legal events hit Envestnet this week but the share price wavered only slightly -- perhaps for good reason

Delaware judge says 'FinApps' lawsuit can go deeper in discovery but not on counts where he had a say; Yodlee may get dragged to court, too, in Northern California but the Chicago firm's stock holds mostly steady at $82

August 29, 2020 at 6:55 PM

Cynthia Loh continues to draw up a digital model at Schwab.

With Envestnet-Yodlee help, Charles Schwab & Co. puts finishing touch on freemium model with free planning; it also -- Personal Capital style -- launches freebie tools for non-Schwab clients

The San Francisco-brokerage is private-labelling MoneyGuidePro plan software and Yodlee for aggregated account data, to launch free retirement planning onto the market ahead of closing its merger with TD Ameritrade.

August 22, 2020 at 5:05 AM

Dani Fava: I have been able to get to know Envestnet's unified technology platform through our deep integrations over the years.

Envestnet nabs Dani Fava to cross-pollinate semi-autonomous units and reap 'financial wellness' as the end product

The Chicago outsourcer has a massive, partially disconnected arsenal of products that CEO Bill Crager is rationalizing into 'wellness' with yet another new unit.

July 23, 2020 at 1:42 AM

Plaid founders Zach Perret and William Hockey secured a lucrative sale to Visa on Jan. 22. But now, their company has to face down a class action suit.

'Fraud' lawsuit slams Plaid on eve of historic $5.3-billion payday; some experts say it's a 'fishing expedition,' but plaintiff's lawyers say, 'This is no shakedown' -- Second suit follows in July

It's been six months since Visa agreed to a wild valuation for the seven year-old Yodlee competitor that caused wealth fintechs to retain investment bankers left and right. Now Plaid faces two class action suits

June 10, 2020 at 12:40 AM

Abby Johnson:  '[We] are now joining with several financial institutions to accelerate the availability of a secure, transparent and more reliable network.'

Tired of having their screens scraped, Schwab and Fidelity launch API initiatives to curtail the practice -- rewarding some, but not all scrapers with cleaner data

Opening up their APIs gives both powerhouses the ability to share data while also making it more secure -- it also puts them back in the driver's seat in choosing who gets it.

May 29, 2020 at 4:45 AM

Peter D'Arrigo: 'Yodlee... is starting to, or actually beginning of last year, running into some headwinds in terms of growth, particularly within that analytics segment.

Envestnet cautions about Yodlee subscription 'headwinds' and the FTC asking more Yodlee-data questions as the company recorded a blowout revenue quarter

With the Redwood City-based analytics unit's possible sale put to bed for now, the Chicago firm reveals new worries about data privacy and competition but Envestnet proper's automated platform is the bomb in pandemic shutdown

May 19, 2020 at 2:48 AM

Bill Crager (left with Jud Bergman) finally replaces his dear friend as CEO, but filling the chairman spot had its own complexities.

Behind the scenes, Envestnet's board of directors had much to tussle over before finally subtracting the 'interim' from Bill Crager's CEO title

With Jud Bergman gone at a chairman, a power struggle ensued to fill that spot, and the process dragged when taking the company private came under review

April 2, 2020 at 2:34 AM

Bill Crager has another issue on his plate, the possible sale of Envestnet or Yodlee.

Envestnet, caught in speculative web over possible Yodlee spinoff--or sale of company, itself--has Wall Street scrambling to buy on the rumor

'Large private-equity firms, in particular, are said to be interested,' Barron's reports, but who's driving the conversation--the company, news media or speculators?

February 3, 2020 at 8:26 PM

Sen. Ron Wyden: 'The consumer data that Envestnet collects and sells is highly sensitive.'

The odd case of Envestnet/Yodlee getting singled out as data scofflaw, just four days after Visa deal to buy rival Plaid and nine months after Raj Udeshi's 'Theranos' outcry

Three Capitol Hill Democrats urged the Federal Trade Commission to probe the small firm -- and nobody else -- with little explanation of where its practices allegedly diverge from the norm

January 27, 2020 at 7:29 PM

Zach Perret: Together Visa and Plaid can support the rapid growth of digital financial services.

Visa gambles $5.3 billion that Plaid will pay Big Data dividends while big-footing Envestnet-Yodlee and beating back fintech banking competitors

The Silicon Valley credit card king positions itself in the Yodlee data aggregation world by buying a San Francisco startup, which serves Betterment, Acorns and others.

January 22, 2020 at 7:11 PM

Jud Bergman: 'I was a reluctant entrepreneur. There was never an 'aha' moment, just a growing conviction that this was a good thing to do.'

Jud Bergman, wife Mary Miller-Bergman die tragically in San Francisco head-on car collision, stunning a devastated RIA business community

The 62 year-old Envestnet CEO, chairman and co-founder was in a taxi crash in San Francisco with suspected drunk driver; Miller founded Hanover Hill Wealth Advisors in Chicago

October 4, 2019 at 4:47 AM

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