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Fresh Off $100M Fund Raise, Fintech Halo Moves Into Big New Headquarters

Fresh Off $100M Fund Raise, Fintech Halo Moves Into Big New Headquarters

Fintech Halo is moving its Chicago headquarters to a newly renovated space in the city’s Loop Downtown financial district with plans for a major expansion in hiring this year.

Following a strong year of growth and the closing of its $100 million Series C funding round, Halo is expanding to continue building on its current momentum in the United States and international markets.

Located at 200 West Jackson, Halo’s new office occupies the entire 18th floor and totals approximately 18,000 square feet. The open floor plan space also has access to the building’s luxury features including a wi-fi lounge with pool tables, outdoor heated terrace, event space, and full-service fitness center with panoramic views of Chicago.

“We are returning to the office after COVID in style. Relocating to a new state of the art space in the heart of the MidWest’s Wall Street is one of the many ways we prioritize our people,” said Jason Barsema, Co- Founder and President of Halo. “Our new shared collaborative space has the best amenities in the city and will provide the right environment to fuel our growth across the world while enhancing our ability to help financial advisors improve their clients’ financial futures.”

Halo Investing is a technology platform for protective investment solutions. Headquartered in Chicago, with offices in Abu Dhabi, Zurich, Dubai, and Singapore, Halo was co-founded by Biju Kulathakal and Jason Barsema in 2015 with a mission that focuses on putting “impact before profits,” providing access to impactful investment opportunities previously unavailable to most investors.

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