Financial Engines, Inc.
1804 Embarcadero Road
Palo Alto, CA 94303
Financial Engines provides online investment advice for individual investors and FORTUNE 500(*) companies. Financial Engines combines financial forecasting technology with the power of the Internet to deliver unbiased, personalized advice. Founded by Economics Nobel Laureate William F. Sharpe, Financial Engines is dedicated to helping individuals make better investment decisions to meet the financial needs of their families.
Financial Engines Investment Advisor(*) service forecasts how much an individual's total portfolio of specific mutual funds and stocks might be worth in the future and it offers personalized recommendations on how much to invest in each of the mutual fund options in an individual's 401(k) account.
The Advisor service is available through 401(k)-plan providers, plan sponsors, and directly to consumers through www.financialengines.com . The Advisor service analyzes and tracks more than 10,000 mutual funds and 6,000 stocks. The forecasting portion of the service is available at no charge and the investment advisory service is $14.95 per quarter (directly to individuals).
In addition to the direct offering, Financial Engines has launched a new portfolio forecasting service. This service allows an investor who tracks his or her portfolio online to receive a forecast of what those actual investments might be worth in the future, with the click of a single button. Time Warner was the first partnership announced in this category and America Online (AOL) will be offering the Forecaster to 18.7 million subscribers on Netscape Netcenter and 20 million registered users on AOL's Personal Finance Channel.
Jeff Maggioncalda , CEO & President
Jeff Maggioncalda is the president and CEO of Financial Engines, Inc., an independent provider of online investment advice. Bringing to bear his experience in applied finance, business strategy and software development, Maggioncalda sets the strategic course for the company. Maggioncalda has led Financial Engines Inc. through five successful rounds of funding, raising $122M and has built an organization committed to creating powerful and innovative financial solutions that improve the lives of people around the world. Before taking the helm at Financial Engines, Inc., Maggioncalda worked for McKinsey & Company in their high-technology practice and at Cornerstone Research conducting securities and software litigation consulting. He was also selected to develop case studies for a business strategies course taught by Intel Chairman, Andy Grove. Maggioncalda received his MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and his BA with honors from Stanford University in Quantitative Economics and English.