Tuesday, December 1, 2020


Invoicing firm Zervant raises €4m for European expansion

Invoicing firm Zervant raised 4 million euros from Northzone and Conor for helping its push to European markets, and for further development of its product. Read more: arcticstartup.com

HR and payroll platform Namely adds $50m to Series D round

SaaS HR firm Namely is adding another $50m to its Series D bringing the round’s total to $80m. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

Wonga and Zoopla founders back mobile bank startup 

The founders of Wonga and Zoopla are among a series of heavyweight investors who have joined together to back a new mobile banking start-up. Read more: www.telegraph.co.uk

HR Path grabs €30m to take software global

French human resources management service HR Path has raised €30m in a new round of funding. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

Nymbus takes $16m for core banking tech

Financial core technology provider Nymbus has raised $16m in a new round led by Home Credit Group. Read more: www.fintechroundup.com

Coupa confirms IPO plans

Coupa, financial filing software company, plans to debut on the Nasdaq Global Market, seeking a debut of $75 million. Read more: www.pymnts.com

Goldman Sachs Investment Partners leads $44m round for fintech business Plaid

Goldman Sachs Investment Partners has led a $44m financing round for venture capital-backed fintech ecosystem business Plaid Technologies.

Resolute Ventures backs AI expense auditing, compliance startup AppZen

Resolute Ventures has helped AI-centric automated expense report auditing and compliance startup AppZen to a $2.9m funding round.

Banking to become open and a utility says FinTech chief

"Banking is the last vertically integrated sector left, but it is the next utility to face change," said Michael Laven, CEO of the financial technology firm Currency Cloud. Read more: www.cnbc.com

Thomson Reuters invests in BestX

Thomson Reuters customers will be able to have their trades sent automatically to BestX for independent post-trade transaction cost analysis. Read more: www.finextra.com