This Week in Fintech (6/25)

This Week in Fintech (6/25)

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💸 Venture Financing
  1. FalconX, a crypto brokerage, raised $150 million at an $8 billion valuation.
  2. Opn, a Japanese and Thai mobile payments app, raised $120 million at a $1 billion valuation.
  3. Prime Trust, an infrastructure provider for financial institutions to manage digital assets, raised a $107 million Series B.
  4. Cleo, a UK automated money management app, raised $80 million at a $500 million valuation.
  5. Ledger Investing, a platform to connect risk capital in order to insure assets, raised a $75 million Series B.
  6. Stashfin, a Singapore-based neobank that serves Indian customers, raised a $70 million Series C and $200 million in debt.
  7. Wahed, an Islamic investing platform, raised $50 million.
  8. Hokodo, a B2B buy-now-pay-later platform, raised a $40 million Series B.
  9. Huspy, a property brokerage and lending platform for the Middle East, raised a $37 million Series A.
  10. ESG Book, a provider of sustainability data to investors, raised a $35 million Series B.
  11. Fido, a Ghanaian lender and payments / savings provider, raised $30 million.
  12. Finhay, a Vietnamese digital investment platform, raised a $25 million Series B.
  13. Rivet, a healthcare billing and payments platform, raised a $20.5 million Series B.
  14. TapCheck, an earned wage access platform, raised a $20 million Series A.
  15. Zippi, a PIX working capital solution for micro-entrepreneurs, raised a $16 million Series A.
  16. FinBox, an embedded lending provider to startups in Southeast Asia, raised $15 million.
  17. PayGlocal, a cross-border payments startup, raised $12 million.
  18. Lysa, a Swedish automated savings platform, raised SEK100 million ($10 million).
  19. Aidaly, a provider of financial services for family caregivers, raised $8.5 million.
  20. Nibble Health, which provides B2B healthcare payments, raised an $8.5 million seed round.
  21. Kasheesh *, an embedded browser split payments app, raised a $5.5 million pre-seed.
  22. Helicap, a Southeast Asian alternative asset investing platform, raised $5 million.
  23. Mewt, a banking superapp for Indian small businesses, raised a $4.6 million seed round.
  24. Vergo, a financial and accounting platform for home renovation, raised a $4.1 million seed round.
  25. Future Fund, a blockchain-based microinvestment platform, raised $3.8 million.
  26. Formance, a French payments orchestration provider, raised $3.1 million.
  27. ThePeer, an African digital wallet and payments provider, raised $2.1 million.
  28. SumUp, a UK provider of point-of-sale payment solutions, raised €590 million in combined equity and debt.
  29. Playter, a UK-based B2B buy-now-pay-later provider, raised a $55 million round comprised of debt and equity.
  30. iCapital, an alternative investment platform, raised money from Bank of America.
  31. Leneo, an asset-as-a-service platform, raised funding from Swedish bank SEB.
💵 Debt Financing
  • Blockfi signed a deal with FTX to receive a $250 million credit facility from the latter.
  • StrideUp, a purchaser of first-time residential mortgages, raised £280 million from Ara Venn.

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