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Munich’s Scalable Capital Secures $180M via Series E Round led by Chinese Tech Giant Tencent

Germany-based Scalable Capital, a neo-broker and digital wealth management firm, has reportedly secured over $180 million (appr. €150 million) through a Series E round that was led by Chinese tech giant Tencent. Scalable Capital‘s latest investment round included contributions from existing shareholders. The company has… Read More

Fintech Investors Take a Look at B2B’s Future During UK Fintech Week 2021

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    Fintech investors took to the stage of UK Fintech Week 2021 on Wednesday to take a closer look at the development of business-to-business (B2B) fintechs. The breakout session’s description reads: “FinTech has proved its resilience in a time of crisis, and B2B FinTechs,… Read More

Munich based Scalable Capital, the Developer of a Digital Investment Management Platform, Secures €50 Million via Series D Round

Munich-based Scalable Capital, a company that has developed a platform to monitor and manage investment portfolios, has secured €50 million in capital through a Series D investment round led by Barclays Bank. Scalable Capital, which offers a digital wealth management platform, also received investments from… Read More

Scalable Capital Announces New Partnership With Raisin

Digital asset manager Scalable Capital announced on Friday it has formed a new partnership with European cross-border savings platform Raisin. According to Scalable Capital, customers with a portfolio account at Baader Bank can invest in fixed-term deposits with select European banks as part of a… Read More

Germany based Fintech Firm Scalable Capital Raises €7 Million in Advance of European Expansion

Digital asset manager Scalable Capital has raised €7 million in a Series A funding round. The additional capital was provided mainly by existing investors; Holtzbrinck Ventures, Monk’s Hill Ventures, Tim Marbach, MPGI, Raier Mauch and the German Startups Group. Tengelmann Ventures joined the funding round as… Read More

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