Saturday, September 21, 2019
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Tag: SME Financing

OfBusiness receives $29m in Series C to support rapid growth

India-based OfBusiness has received Rs 200 Crore ($29m) in a Series C round led by Creation Investments and Falcon Edge. Read more: fintech.global

BNP Paribas forms strategic partnership with CODE Investing

BNP Paribas Asset Management has formed a strategic partnership with CODE Investing, a SME lending platform. Read more: fintech.global

Fundation nets $120m from SunTrustBank to expand lending capacity

Digital lending platform Fundation has secured a $120m credit facility from SunTrustBank to increase its lending capacity. Read more: fintech.global

Capital Float said to close $22m investment from Amazon

Capital Float, a working capital provider to India-based SMEs, has reportedly secured $22m in its latest funding round. Read more: fintech.global

Ezbob said to close £15m funding round led by Da Vinci

Online lending platform Ezbob has reportedly closed a £15m funding round from Da Vinci Capital Management, according to various reports in the media. Read more: fintech.global

Small business loan platform Ziploan closes investment from Matrix Partners India

India-based Ziploan, a small ticket business loan provider, has closed a round of funding from Matrix Partners India. Read more: fintech.global

Online lender Spotcap nets €22m funding from existing backers

Germany-based online lender Spotcap has netted €22m in funding from its existing investors. Read more : fintech.global

Digitization of SME finance is a win-win for all

Globally, access to finance remains one of the most significant constraints to the growth, productivity and even survival of SMEs – and, Read more: letstalkpayments.com

MarketInvoice signs £45m deal with Varengold to help UK SME financing

MarketInvoice has signed a deal with Varengold Bank to provide £45m annually to help offer UK SMEs working capital financing solutions. Read more: fintech.global

B of A expands small-business mobile capabilities

Small-business customers of Bank of America can now apply for credit through the bank’s digital channels. Read more: www.americanbanker.com