capital raising

Apr
08

Neobank 86 400 closes Series A capital raise taking total equity capital to $90m

Australia’s first smartbank, ​86 400​, has closed its Series A capital raise. $34m of new equity was raised in March, bringing its total capital to $90m.

By Australian FinTech | Banking . FinTech . Investing
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Mar
24

Identitii reshuffles Board and launches $3.82m rights issue

Fintech company Identitii (ID8) has appointed a new CEO and launched a partially underwritten rights issue to raise $3.82 million.

By Reposted by Australian FinTech | FinTech . Investing
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Mar
05

Tech unicorn Airwallex raising more funds

Airwallex was valued at over $US1 billion ($1.5 billion) last year, making it a tech ‘unicorn’, after it raised $US100 million from high-profile investors

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Mar
04

Xinja Bank launches capital raise for sophisticated investors as part of Series D

Xinja Bank, Australia’s independent neobank built entirely for mobile, has launched a fund raise aimed at sophisticated investors.

By Australian FinTech | Banking . FinTech . Investing
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Feb
21

Fintech fundraising grew strongly in major markets in 2019, Accenture

Investment in fintech has risen sharply in most major markets in 2019, led by the US and UK and emerging economies such as India and Brazil: Accenture

By Reposted by Australian FinTech | FinTech . Investing . Venture Capital
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Feb
21

Aussie blockchain startup Power Ledger wants changes to ICO tax rules

Blockchain startup Power Ledger executive chairman Dr Jemma Green asked that more consideration be given to allowing ICOs to operate in Australia.

By Reposted by Australian FinTech | Bitcoin . Blockchain . FinTech . Investing
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Feb
21

New fintech on-the-block Cheq closes fundraising

Cheq has closed off a $1.75 million capital raising through a mix of debt and equity and the next stop is to fully launch its mobile-based product.

By Reposted by Australian FinTech | FinTech . Investing . Venture Capital
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Feb
12

Another billion-dollar year for investment in Australian startups in 2019

Australian startups saw a continued rise in venture capital funding in 2019, rising to US$1.145 billion, up from US$1.033 billion in 2018 according to KPMG

By Reposted by Australian FinTech | FinTech . Investing . Venture Capital
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