Articles with tag: founders

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Routable raises USD 12 mln in founding round

13 Aug 2020 | Payments General

Routable, a US-based fintech, has secured USD 12 million in a Series A funding round.

US, fintech, startup, Routable, payments, Y Combinator, Founders’ Co-Op, Lee Fixel, Box Group, Liquid 2 Ventures, Jason Gardner, Gokul Rajaram, Aaron Schildkrout, Sam Hodges, Immad Akhund, invoice, accounys payable, software, Xero, Quickbooks

Even secures PayPal investment to develop financial health products

22 Jun 2020 | Payments General

PayPal Ventures, Valar Ventures, and Founders Fund have announced a new round of strategic investment in US-based fintech Even.

Even, Paypal, Valar Ventures, Founders Fund, US, fintech, investment, banking systems, payroll systems, on demand pay, Instapay, budgeting, savings tool, cash flow, Walmart

Anyfin secures EUR 27.6 mln in Series B funding

15 May 2020 | Online & Mobile Banking

Sweden-based fintech Anyfin has closed a EUR 27.6 million Series B funding round that will be used to expand across Europe and help customers refinance loans.

Sweden, fintech, Anyfin, loans, Europe, EQT Ventures, Accel, Northzone, Global Founders Capital, Revolut, Funding Circle, Slack, AI, artificial intelligence, Finland

Fintech Pleo to work with J.P. Morgan, Mastercard to scale-up in Europe

03 Feb 2020 | Payments General

Denmark-based fintech Pleo has announced that it has entered into a collaboration with J.P. Morgan and Mastercard products.

J.P. Morgan, Mastercard, Pleo, Denmark, fintech, financial technology, Kinnevik, Creandum, Founders, Stripes, expense management, expense reporting, payments, e-money, e-money licence

Bnext raises USD 25 million for its mobile banking alternative

01 Oct 2019 | Online & Mobile Banking

Spain-based fintech startup Bnext has raised a USD 25 million funding round.

Bnext, mobile banking, mobile banking alternative, Spain, Europe, funding round, DN Capital, Redalpine, Speedinvest, Founders Future, Cometa, Enern, USM, Conexo, e-money licence