U.S. Fintech FINTECH.TV Closes Multimillion Dollar Strategic Investment Round Led By Brand Capital International

 

FINTECH.TVa U.S.-based fintech specialized in impact investing and digital asset media network for broadcast, over-the-top (OTT), and digital distribution, announced on Monday it recently closed a multimillion-dollar (USD) strategic investment round, which was led by strategic investment arm for India-based Bennett Coleman & CO., Brand Capital International.

Founded in 2013 and launched in 2019 by media and content business Molinari Media, FINTECH.TV was created to deliver the latest news and emerging trends from NYSE, NASDAQ, LSEG, and exchange studios around the world that covers finance, business, digital assets, technology, and sustainable investment news.

FINTECH.TV offers two dedicated channels – the Digital Asset Report (DAR) and TheIMPACT – with additional content and features being announced over the coming months with first-rate partners. This global footprint with industry veterans has created the most credible media platform for broadcast news, interviews, and in-depth coverage as humanity experiences unprecedented disruption in finance, business, and technology.”

FINTECH.TV also revealed that the investment round’s funds will be used to support its global expansion across Africa, Middle East, the Nordics, and India. Vince Molinari, CEO of FINTECH.TV, stated:

“The continuation of global validation of our core belief at FINTECH.TV to amplify voices of next generation from sustainability to digital infrastructure while helping capital markets to create  and engineer the value aligned product has been very humbling, especially this early in our journey. We are thrilled by this partnership and capital infusion from The Times of India Group, and believe this will spur distribution, thus expanding our viewership and corporate footprint.”

Full details about the investment round have not been disclosed at this time.

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