This Week in Fintech (5/7)

This Week in Fintech (5/7)

Hello Fintech Friends,

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Yesterday, we shared the upcoming dates for our three Fintech Treks in London, Mexico City, and Dubai. Which companies should we be meeting with in each of these cities? Let us know by dropping us a line at treks@thisweekinfintech.com.

Please find another week of fintech financing events below.


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Toptal estimates that this year, the global fintech sector will be valued at $310 billion.

💸 Venture Financing
  • Alan, a French health insurance startup expanding into medical payments as the ‘one stop shop’ for healthcare, raised a $193 million funding round.
  • Point, a home equity investment platform, raised a $115 million Series C.
  • Xepelin, a Chilean B2B payments provider, raised a $111 million Series B.
  • Lev, a digital commercial real estate investment platform, raised a $70 million Series B.
  • Kevin, a European account-to-account payments platform, raised a $65 million Series A.
  • Trusting Social, a Vietnamese artificial intelligence credit-scoring service, raised $65 million.
  • Stake, an Australian stock brokerage for US stocks, raised A$90 million.
  • Open, an Indian neobank for small businesses, raised $50 million Series D at a $1 billion valuation.
  • Argent, a digital wallet for cryptocurrencies and NFTs, raised a $40 million Series B.
  • Bitcoin.com, a provider of crypto exchange and wallet services, raised $33.6 million through a token sale.
  • Vanilla, a real estate investment and wealth management platform, raised a $30 million Series B.
  • Amberdata, a digital asset data provider for financial institutions, raised a $30 million Series B.
  • Scalapay, an Italian buy-now-pay-later provider, raised $27 million from Italian payment card issuer Poste Italiane.
  • Venly, a Belgian blockchain-agnostic wallet provider, raised €21 million.
  • Concerto, a credit card partnerships program manager, raised $21 million in funding.
  • Ondo Finance, a decentralized investment bank, raised a $20 million Series A.
  • Possible Finance, a lending and consumer financial health company, raised $20 million to launch a credit card.
  • Accern, a financial document analysis tool, raised a $20 million Series B.
  • Allocate, a platform for connecting funds with limited partners, raised a $15.3 million Series A.
  • Kaleidofin, an Indian neobank for underbanked consumers, raised a $15 million Series B.
  • Outfund, a revenue-based financing provider, raised a £15 million Series A and £100 million in lending debt.
  • Walnut *, a buy-now-pay-later and payments provider for healthcare, raised a $10 million Series A.
  • Heard, which manages bookkeeping and payroll for private practice therapists, raised a $10 million Series A.
  • Oppty, a retailer buy-now-pay-later integration, raised $9 million and emerged from stealth.
  • Line, which is trying to build a more inclusive financial network for emergency cash, raised $7 million in equity and $18 million in lending debt.
  • Januar, a Danish financial infrastructure builder, raised a €6 million seed round.
  • Ume, a Brazilian buy-now-pay-later provider, raised $5.5 million in equity and $4.5 million in debt.
  • Realto, a platform for illiquid real estate investing, raised $8 million.
  • Ribon, a Brazilian blockchain charity donation site, raised R$20 million ($4 million).
  • Masa Finance, a decentralized credit protocol, raised a $3.5 million pre seed.
  • Fundid, a small business capital provider, raised a $3.25 million seed round.
  • Flexee, a Polish real-time salary access provider, raised €2.8 million.
  • PayTic, a back-office risk control solution for digital payments, raised $2.95 million in seed funding.
  • Tactic, a web3 accounting software builder, raised a $2.6 million pre-seed.
  • Cheq, a cryptocurrency payment provider, raised a $2 million pre-seed.
  • Nossa Data, a corporate ESG reporting startup, raised a £1.2m seed round.
  • Tuum, an Estonian core banking startup, raised €1 million.
  • Sabi, a Nigerian provider of embedded fintech for logistics, raised funding.
💰 Venture Funds
  • Rali_Cap, an emerging markets fintech investor, raised a $30 million fund.

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