Captain401 rebrands as Human Interest, raises $11 mln

San Francisco-based Human Interest, which provides retirement savings plans for small business employers and employees, announced it has raised an $11 million Series A round of funding led by Wing Venture Capital. Adam Nash, former CEO of Wealthfront, also participated in the round. The company was formerly known as Captain401, but rebranded as it aims to expand its reach nationwide.

Human Interest previously raised $3.5 million in seed funding from Y Combinator, Uncork Capital, SV Angel, CrunchFund, Slow Ventures, Susa Ventures, FundersClub and numerous individuals, including 49ers Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana, Gmail developer Paul Buchheit, Twitch co-founders Justin Kan and Michael Siebel, Scribd co-founder Jared Friedman, Nerdwallet co-founder Jacob Gibson and former Stripe CTO Greg Brockman.

Source: Company announcement,

Photo of Human Interest co-founders Paul Sawaya and Roger Lee (left to right) courtesy of the company.