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BlueVine Raises $102.5 Million in Series F led by ION Crossover, Plans Future of Small Business Banking

BlueVine, an online lender and Fintech bank, has raised $102.5 million in Series F funding. The round was led by ION Crossover Partners with participation from all major existing investors, including Lightspeed Venture Partners, Menlo Ventures, 83North, SVB Capital, Nationwide, Citi Ventures, Microsoft’s venture fund,… Read More

California-based Fintech BlueVine Introduces New Banking Service, “BlueVine Business Banking”

California-based BlueVine, a Fintech firm that provides small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) access to “fast funding” and up to $5 million in loans via an advanced, online platform, is introducing its own banking service, called “BlueVine Business Banking.” Like all other US-based Fintech banks, it… Read More

BlueVine Appoints Dosh & PayPal Vet Brad Brodigan As New Chief Commercial Officer

Online lender BlueVine announced on Wednesday it has appointed Brad Brodigan as its new Chief Commercial Officer. BlueVine reported that through this role, Brodigan will be responsible for overseeing revenue-generating functions including sales, customer service, and partner management. According to BlueVine, Brodigan also brings more… Read More

BlueVine Teams Up With Ocrolus to Provide Faster Processing For Financing Applications

Ocrolus, a data verification and cash-flow analytics company, announced on Tuesday it has formed a partnership with BlueVine, a provider of online working capital financing to small and medium-sized business lenders. Ocrolus reported BlueVine will use its technology to accelerate growth and scale operations efficiently,… Read More

Fintech in 2019? Predictions for Crowdfunding, Open Banking, SMEs, Regulations & More….

‘Tis the season for decking halls, lighting candles, spending time with family and friends, reflecting on 2018 and thinking ahead to 2019 and new trends in the global Fintech market. Crowdfund Insider reached out to the Fintech community members to look into their crystal balls… Read More

Online Lender BlueVine Receives $200 Million Line of Credit from Credit Suisse

Online lender BlueVine has secured a $200 million asset-backed revolving credit facility with Credit Suisse. Additionally, the SME focused platform said it has upped its business line of credit to $250,000. Earlier in 2018, BlueVine doubled its invoice factoring credit limit to $5 million. BlueVine’s total… Read More

Fintechers Tungsten Network & BlueVine Align Forces to Address SMBs’ Financing Needs

Tungsten Network, a leading global business transaction network, and BlueVine, a leading provider of online working capital financing, unveiled a new partnership today that aims to better meet the financing needs of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) on Tungsten’s Network. By linking with Tungsten Network,… Read More

Fintech Startup BlueVine Secures $49M During Series D Funding Round

BlueVine, an online lender that provides factoring finance, announced on Wednesday is has secured $49 million during a Series D funding round, which was led by existing investors including Lightspeed Venture Partners, Menlo Ventures, 83North, Citi Ventures, Rakuten FinTech Fund, and Silicon Valley Bank. Since… Read More

BlueVine Hires Square’s Former Head of Sales as Chief Revenue Officer

BlueVine, an online lender providing factoring finance, has hired Eric Sager as Chief Revenue Officer. Sager was formerly head of sales for Square. Simultaneously, BlueVine has increased their max credit line to $500,000 for invoice factoring and $50,000 for “flex credit.” Sager will be tasked… Read More

Fintech BlueVine Capital Secures $18.5 Million in Series B Round: Fast Funding

Fintech BlueVine Capital secured $18.5 Million from investors reported Lizette Chapman reported for Dow Jones VentureWire.  Based in Palo Alto, Calif., BlueVine was founded in 2013 by Chief Executive Eyal Lifshitz while he was a principal at venture firm Greylock IL, and currently employs 18 people. “Other companies, such as Kabbage Inc…. Read More

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