Mambu, a SaaS banking platform, announced its latest funding round of €110 million in new capital. The new round brings the company’s valuation to over €1.7 billion.
Series D Investment will drive Divvy's expansion beyond business expense management.
This investment round has been led by the Swedish investment fund Segovia Capital, and the agreement has been advised by WP Capital Group, according to a statement.
SPARQ would like to formally announce that we have begun looking for investors for our personal finance platform as we look to launch our highly anticipated MVP in the first quarter of 2021.
Investment led by WestCap Group will support the expansion of Addepar's industry-leading platform.
Visa announced that it has completed the acquisition of YellowPepper, a fintech pioneer with proprietary technology and partnerships supporting leading financial institutions and startups in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Nigeria-based challenger bank Kuda has raised $10 million in funding to expand in the whole Africa continent.
The new investment will enable Railsbank to continue to be the global leader in Banking as a Service through the launch of Credit Cards as a Service in the USA, continued expansion in SE Asia and strengthening its business in the UK and Europe.
AideXa has raised over €45 million in the largest-ever “seed” round carried out by an Italian fintech and the largest “seed round” in Europe in 2020.
Vivid Money, a Berlin-based financial platform, announced a 15 million € financing for expansion and product development, reaching a valuation of 100 million €.
Jiko, a Berkeley-based fintech company, has raised $40 million in VC funding. Series A round led by Upfront Ventures and investment firm Wafra.
Lunar, the Nordic bank which has more than 200k customers in Denmark, Sweden, and Norway raises €40 million Series C investment to jump BNPL space.
Klar, a challenger bank in Mexico, closed on $15 million in Series A funding led by Prosus Ventures with participation from also former investor Quona Capital.
insha has announced a seed financing round of €2.5 million with a €25 million valuation just in 25 months.
Mastercard will make a financial investment in Marqeta as the two companies look to deepen their global partnership and collaboration.