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CapitalG leads $21.5M investment in Aye Finance, its first fintech deal in India

India ... deepen its focus after CapitalG — its venture arm formerly known as Google Capital — made its first fintech investment in India by backing micro-loan startup Aye Finance. Update: The ... read more

Aye Finance raises Series C funding of Rs 147cr from Capital G

This is apparently CapitalG’s first bet in fintech segment. Aye said that it will be using these funds to fuel business growth and maintain the lead in its financial ... Aye Finance had raised Rs 25 ... read more

Startup funding: 2018 was the year of Fintech startups, ecommerce investments slipped to second place

2018 saw Fintech lead the funding charts as investments in Lending surged and Payments ... tax service provider Cleartax stood out for its $50 million Series B round. Two of India’s newest unicorns ... read more

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Aye Finance raises USD 10Mn from responsAbility and Northern Arc

New Delhi [India], Jan 17 (ANI): Aye Finance, the CapitalG backed fintech lender ... from leading global impact investment manager, responsAbility and Northern Arc. With this latest funds, Aye aims to ... read more


Online Lending Startup Aye Finance Bags $3.8 Mn From Hinduja Leyland Finance And IntelleGrow

The Fintech ... Aye Finance has raised $3.8 Mn (INR 25 Cr) from three investors, including Hinduja Leyland Finance and IntelleGrow, which provides debt finance to growing businesses in the country. ... read more

F|T: The FinTech Times – Embracing cashless payments

particularly payments — a space that WhatsApp is preparing to enter in India. Despite some concerns over its adoption by scammers, new payment service Zelle is shaping up to overtake rival Venmo this ... read more

SAIF Partners

TravelTriangle, a startup that is digitizing travel agencies and travel bookings in India, has raised a $12 million Series C round led by Fundamentum. The startup operates like a travel booking platfo read more



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