€2bn has been invested over Raisin

German fintech Raisin has passed €2 billion (£1.7 billion, $2.1 billion) of investment over its platform three years after launching. Raisin announced in a press release on Tuesday that it had passed the milestone, just three months after announcing €1.7 billion had been invested over its platform. The fintech said the money comes from 60,00 customers, up from 50,000 in September. Raisin’s head of Europe Katharina Lueth told Business Insider: “Most customers start with one product to try out the platform but once they have seen that everything works they tend to come back for a second and a third product. The growth comes from both existing customers and new customers.” Read more: uk.businessinsider.com