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  • Writer's pictureKristina Zakharchenko

MD FinTech deals weekly: June 17-23

Weekly, we cover the latest pivotal moments of the FinTech industry you need to know about deals to acquisitions, which form the global industry landscape. Dive into June 17-23d highlights below.


  • Cadana, a US payroll fintech, has raised $7.4m during a recently completed Seed round led by Costanoa Ventures,

  • Numerated, financial SaaS, has secured an undisclosed investment from the US bank Citi.


  • Clip, a Mexican fintech unicorn, has raised $100m in a financing round from Morgan Stanley Tactical Value.

  • Ximple, a startup dedicated to closing the financial inclusion gap in Latin America, has secured $2.7m from BoostCapital Partners, Clocktower Technology Ventures, Graph Ventures, 99 Startups and Lotux. VC.

  • Celcoin, banking-as-a-service, raised $120m in a Series C led by Summit Partners.

  • Moonflow, a debt collections software, has raised $1.74m from TheVentureCity.

  • BioCredit receives a $200k investment from Google.


  • Revolut is aiming to become the most valuable start-up in Europe with a target valuation of $40 billion, according to Financial Times.

  • CleverCards, a business expense management platform, raised €8m in funding led by Pluxee.

  • Finbourne, a data management platform for asset managers, raised £55m in Series B funding led by Highland Europe and AVP.

  • Ramify, a wealthtech, raised €11m in Series A funding led by 13books.

  • Zilch, BNPL, raised £100m in debt funding from Deutsche Bank.

  • PQShield, a post-quantum cryptography startup, announced a $37m Series B funding round led by Addition.

  • Prosper, a wealthtech, has realized its £800k Crowdcube target and is still open for overfunding.

  • Hawk, an AI-powered fraud prevention and anti-money laundering solution, has announced an undisclosed extension of its Series B funding round.

  • Zodia Custody, a digital asset custodian, has bagged an undisclosed investment from NAB Ventures.

  • Ageras, an accounting software fintech, has entered into an exclusive agreement with Societe Generale to acquire Shine, a banking and accounting software provider for SMEs.

Stay tuned!

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