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Insurtech: Cowbell, a Cyber Insurance Provider for SMEs, Expands Operations to Pune, India

Cowbell, the provider of cyber insurance for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), has announced the opening of its new technology center in Pune, India. The center will “augment Cowbell’s existing development centers in Pleasanton, California; Plano, Texas; and Toronto, Canada, and extend the company’s global… Read More

Wealthtech Addepar Expands to India with Pune Office

With their continued growth and drive to serve clients globally, Addepar is opening a new office in Pune, India. Establishing a presence in India will enable Addepar to increase their investments in research and development (R&D) and support “an increasingly global client base.” This expansion… Read More

India’s Consumer Lending Fintech EarlySalary Finalizes $110M Series D Round

India’s consumer lending fintech, EarlySalary, has closed its series D funding round of $110 million led by TPG’s The Rise Fund and Norwest Venture Partners. Existing investor Piramal Capital & Housing Finance Limited also participated in the investment round. This is EarlySalary’s largest fundraise to… Read More

Fintech Verto, Locusnine to Streamline Cross-Border Payments

Verto notes that their relationship with Locusnine began in 2019 when they partnered to focus on scaling their “MVP architecture.” Since then, they’ve gone on to build a cross-border payments platform. They are excited to announce that Locusnine is now “officially part of the Verto… Read More

Indian Fintech Unicorn Razorpay Acquires Payments Tech Firm IZealiant Technologies

At Razorpay, they claim to have been driven by one fundamental question: “How can we improve the payments experience for our partner businesses and their end-consumers?” Razorpay writes in a blog post that they “constantly work to find solutions within.” At times, the Indian Fintech… Read More

Indian Neobank RazorPay Reveals that Number of Digital Payments via Platform have Increased 80% YoY

If we ask people to name their “best” or “worst” year ever, their answers might differ, RazorPay notes. However, if we want them to arrive at the “most-common answer” (in terms of unprecedented challenges due to COVID-19), then last year’s pandemic would probably be it,… Read More

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