Capitalization Report v21.02.06 FinTech

Our research show for FinTech VC deal activity 210 deals with total capitl investment of $4.56 billion USD done in January.

KEYWORDS: Fintech, Venture Capital, SoFi, LendInvest, Nubank, Checkout.com, Blend, CRED, Melio, Curve, Mambu, Mynt, Albert

GOAL: The goal of this report is for people to connect with JD Morris to speak about co-investing. The people should be accredited investors, funds, and other sources of capital.

LIST OF DEALS

SoFi
LendInvest
NubankSeries G
Checkout.comSeries C
BlendSeries G
CRED (Financial Software)Series C
Melio (Financial Software)Series C2
CurveSeries C
MambuSeries D
Mynt
Albert (Financial Software)Series C
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BETA The Capitalization Report v21.01.08 FinTech

FinTech continues to show substantial financing at the end of 2020. We are happy to share our deal flow (2 excellent investment in 2020 in FinTech) as well as research with accredited investors (& other qualified investment entities).

Again happy to share our complete research and deal flow with accredited investors and here is a list of FinTech deals completed December of 2020.

Mambu ($2+ billion valuation)
Creditas ($1.75 billion valuation)
Divvy ($1.6 billion valuation)
Monzo ($1.6 billion valuation)
Bolt Financial
Brighte
GoCardless
Tink (Financial Software)
Squire Technologies
B3i Services
Upvest
Investify
Dintero
Coinrule
Crowd Data Systems
Guiide
AcceleCom
AirTM
AlgoTrader
Atomic FI
Aura Cloud
Banjo (Specialized Finance)
Bestow
Bibit
Bit4You
BITE Alternative Investments
Bitso
BLUE
Boast.AI
Bonfida
Brickowner
BusyKid
CAIS Capital
Canopy (Insurance)
Capitalize ( Other Financial Services)
CarPay
CHAI (Financial Software)
CIAS(China)
CloudZero
CoinDCX
Conio
Criptan
Elifinty
Envel
Euler XYZ
EverSource Wealth Advisors
FalconX
Fanvest Wagering Exchange
Finalytix
Finja (Financial Software)
Finsall
Five Degrees
Funding Societies
Givelist
GloveBox
Gr4vy
Groundspeed Analytics
Hakki Africa
Harvest Savings & Wealth Technologies
Hokan (Business Productivity Software)
Incapture Technologies
Income Lab
Indicina (Financial Software)
Instant Factoring
InvestSuite
iraLogix
Kiddie Kredit
LeafLink
Leapstack
LedgerX
Linear Finance
Loopa
Lydia Solutions
M1xchange
Makila (IT Consulting and Outsourcing)
Math Wallet
Medxoom
Meixin Global
Memect
Metechi
Micronotes
MoneyAbility
Narmi
Nearpay
Neo (Financial Software)
Neufund
Newchip
OpenFin
Oscar
OSYTE
Oxygen
Pampadu
Paxos
PayVeris
Pennylane
Phi Commerce
Provide
Public.com
Qoyod
RAI FInance
Rain (Financial Software)
Ramp (Financial Software)
RealKey
RecVue
Rialtic
Run Pricing Tests
SEBA Bank
Self Financial
Selma Finance
SimpleNexus
SMEO
SnapAP
Squidpay
Stairwage
Starship (Financial Software)
Taxdoo
Topl
TradeUp
Umba
Vestigia
Vestrata
Vesttoo
Vise
VWR Capital
WalletFlo
Willow (Real Estate Services)
YieldX
Yitaocar
Yrefy
Zeepay
Zerone (Financial Software)
Zilch
ZipLoan
ZSuite Technologies

REPOST: 2019 EY

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Source of repost is EY website and for full Article: https://go.ey.com/2UyqOeB

2019 finishes as second strongest VC investment year on record

As the 2010s came to a close, we can say with confidence that we experienced the greatest 10-year run in history for entrepreneurs raising venture capital. Between 2010 and the end of 2019, venture-backed startups raised more than $730 billion, almost doubling the $400 billion raised in the prior decade. What can the trends of the last year – and the last decade – tell us about what’s to come?

Let’s look at what drove the massive growth spurt in funding over the past decade:

  1. An explosion in IT; software “eating the world”
  2. The availability of mobile computing bringing goods and services to consumers anytime, anywhere
  3. The technology enablement of industries — business and financial services boomed with the rise of FinTech
  4. Continued advances in health care, health services, and biopharmaceuticals

The environment was also shaped by a prolonged zero interest rate environment that saw investors seeking yield and turning to venture to get it. In an era of abundant private capital, companies raised significant amounts and poured that into topline growth, in some cases not building infrastructure or positive unit economics. This is now being viewed with more scrutiny, especially in the consumer-facing markets.

Read full article: https://www.ey.com/en_us/growth/2019-finishes-as-second-strongest-vc-investment-year-on-record

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Disclosure: Please check the source as this is a reposting of the research by another company.