This Week in Fintech (8/6)

This Week in Fintech (8/6)

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💸 Venture Financing
  1. Payit, a government services payment platform, raised $90 million.
  2. Parafin, a provider of growth capital to small businesses, raised a $60 million Series B at a $520 million valuation.
  3. Savana, a builder of financial software for banks and fintechs, raised a $45 million Series A.
  4. Geopagos, an Argentinian payments infrastructure builder, raised $35 million.
  5. Grasshopper, a small business-focused neobank and banking-as-a-service provider, raised $30.4 million.
  6. Mosey, a payroll compliance platform, raised an $18 million Series A.
  7. Ben, a workplace benefits and payroll platform, raised a $16 million Series A.
  8. Kompliant, which began as a payments service for medical marijuana but has evolved into a compliance platform, raised a $14 million seed round.
  9. ZayZoon, a Canadian earned wage access startup, raised $12.5 million.
  10. Leapfin, a financial data consolidation and reporting tool, raised a $12 million Series A.
  11. Twid, an Indian startup operating a rewards-based payment platform, raised $12 million.
  12. OneLoad, a Pakistani non-banking digital payments service for merchants, raised $11 million.
  13. Mudafy, a real estate brokerage focused on Latin America, raised a $10 million Series A.
  14. NG.CASH, a Brazilian investment platform, raised a $10 million seed round.
  15. Nada, builder of a set of real-estate investment products called ‘Cityfunds,’ raised an $8.1 million seed round.
  16. Kontempo, a Mexican business-to-business buy-now-pay-later startup, raised $6.5 million in equity and $25 million in lending debt.
  17. Nano, a Vietnamese earned wage access provider, raised $6.4 million in pre-Series A funding.
  18. Footprint, a bank KYC and identity provider, raised $6 million in seed funding.
  19. Compliance.ai, a finance and insurance regulatory tech provider, raised $6 million.
  20. Infima, a predictive tool for fixed-income markets, emerged from stealth with a $5 million seed round.
  21. Revolv3, a recurring billing platform for merchants, raised a $4.5 million seed.
  22. Tartan, an Indian payroll management startup, raised $4.5 million.
  23. MakersHub, a manufacturing cash flow and order management provider, raised a $4.5 million seed round.
  24. Galoy, which is building bitcoin-native banking software, raised $4 million.
  25. Debt DAO, a crypto credit protocol, raised a $3.5 million seed round.
  26. Stackwell, a digital investment provider, raised $3.5 million in seed funding.
  27. B9, a payroll advance provider to underbanked consumers, raised a $2.6 million seed round.
  28. Youverify, a Nigerian KYC and identity verification provider for banks and fintechs, raised $2.5 million in seed funding.
  29. Bluecopa, an Indian finance operations automation platform for high-growth companies, raised $2.3 million.
  30. Coinfeeds, which is building a Bloomberg-like price tracking product for crypto, raised a $2 million seed round from FTX and Coinbase.
  31. Ledger, the builder of a crypto hard wallet, is looking to raise $100 million above its last $1.5 billion valuation.
💵 Debt Financing
  • Tabby, the Dubai-based buy-now-pay-later provider, raised $150 million in lending capital.
💰 Venture Funds
  • Fintech venture capital firm Portage is raising a $1 billion fund focused on late-stage startups.
  • Cambrian Ventures, started by Rex Salisbury (a good friend of the publication), raised $20 million for its inaugural fintech fund.

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