Tagged: neobank

Canadian Neobank Koho’s Series B Funding Round Secures Additional $25 Million

Koho, a neobank that offers Canadians an alternative to traditional banking, announced this week its Series B funding round, which received $42 million and was led by Portag3 Ventures earlier this year, secured an additional $25 million from Drive Capital and National Bank of Canada. … Read More

Spanish Neobank Bnext Surpasses £2.6 Million Through Crowdcube Funding Round

Bnext, a Spain-based mobile-first neobank, has successfully secured more than £2.6 million through its equity crowdfunding campaign on Crowdcube. The funding round, which originally sought to raise a minimum of £1 million, was launched just weeks after the digital banking startup raised $25 million through… Read More

Spain’s Neobank Rebellion Becomes First Challenger in the Country to Receive Banking License and Offer IBANs

Spanish neobank Rebellion has reportedly become the first challenger in the nation to acquire a banking license and provide International Bank Account Number (IBANs), according to a report from La Vanguardia.  The Fintech company is planning to become a neobank that “best speaks the language… Read More

Spanish Mobile-First Neobank Bnext Secures $25 Million Through Series A Funding Round Led By DN Capital

Bnext, a Spain-based mobile-first neobank, announced this week it raised $25 million through its Series A funding round, which was led by DN Capital, with participation from RedAlpine, SpeedInvest, Founders Future, Cometa, Enern, USM, and Conexo. Founded last year, Bnext states it offers customized services… Read More

India Neobank Platform Open Raises $30 Million Through Series B Funding Round Led By Tiger Global

Open, an India-based neobank platform, announced on Tuesday it secured $30 million through its Series B funding round, which was led by Tiger Global with participation from Tanglin Venture Partners Advisors and existing investors 3one4 Capital, Speedinvest,  BetterCapital AngelList Syndicate. Founded in 2016, Open claims to… Read More

Game Changer: 7 Approved Platforms to Provide “Crowd-Sourced Funding” in Australia, Equitise Immediately Lists First Equity Crowdfund Offer

The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) announced yesterday it had approved the licensing of the first seven “crowd-sourced funding” platforms. Due to a recent change in Australia’s security regulations, these investment crowdfunding platforms may allow businesses to raise up to $5 million – all… Read More

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