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Ireland’s Ding, a Mobile Top-Up Service Provider, Sells Majority Stake to Pollen Street Capital

Ireland’s Ding, a mobile top-up service provider, has reportedly sold a majority stake to London-headquartered private equity firm Pollen Street Capital. As noted by its management: “Ding was founded to improve people’s lives by helping those with less gain access to more. As the number… Read More

Pollen Street Capital Commits €193 Million in Dutch Digital Bank Bunq as it Acquires Online Lender

Pollen Street Capital has invested €193 Million in Bunq, a Netherlands-based digital bank. The investment represents a 10% stake in the Fintech valuing Bunq at €1.6 billion, according to multiple reports. It was reported last month that Bunq was looking to raise additional growth capital…. Read More

Honeycomb Investment Trust, which focuses on Alternative Financing, Seeks £1.5 Billion Merger with Pollen Street Secured Lending

Honeycomb Investment Trust (LON: HONY), a company specializing in investing in credit assets originated by non-bank lenders and other originators of various lending assets, mainly in the UK, is reportedly considering a potential £1.5 billion merger with Pollen Street Secured Lending (PSSL), in order to… Read More

U.S. Fintech West Creek Secures $150 Million Credit Facility From Pollen Street Capital to Expand Point-of-Sale Financing

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West Creek, a U.S.-based fintech company that provides point-of-sale financing, announced on Thursday it secured a $150 million credit facility from Pollen Street Capital, bringing the company’s total credit facility capacity to $250 million. Founded in 2014, West Creek claims it focuses on using big data… Read More

Buzzing Along! Sancus Announces £17.5M Drawdown on New Honeycomb Facility

Sancus BMS Group,  part of GLI Finance which includes Sancus Finance (formerly Platform Black)and Sancus Finance (formally FundingKnight), announced its first significant drawdown of £17.5 million on its new facility with Honeycomb Investment Trust plc to expand its property-backed lending activities. The provision of the £50 million accordion… Read More

MW Eaglewood & Pollen Street Capital Merge. Will Jointly Manage P2P Global Investments

MW Eaglewood and Pollen Street Capital have agreed to merge subject to regulatory approval. The combination of the two companies was described as creating one of the largest investment managers focusing on “specialist lending assets”. Simon Champ, CEO of Eaglewood Europe, said market dynamics had… Read More

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