February 14th Report: Top FinTech Funding Rounds

We’re starting our month of fintech love with Cherre. Founded four years ago, the companies most-recent funding round was led by Intel Capital raising $16M. What is this NYC-based real estate data analytics machine going to do with this cash infusion? Serve up the $50T real estate investing and underwriting market with a cherry on top. Seconds anyone?

Tinkering away in the global financial settlements system is Transparent Systems. A $14M Series A boosts this crypto-settlements solution convinced “money is the slowest technology to evolve”. Also looking for a leg up with a gemini Series A is Boost Insuranceinsurtech is making insurance sexy.

Our international mention this week comes in the form of Mexico City-based Stori Card, offering inclusive digital financial services to Latin America after a $10M raise. Next-gen real estate guru Houwzer is growing the D.C. team after its $9.5M Series A. Buzzing around your nearest startup is EquityBee and a $6.6M raise to help founding employees cash in.  

Our holiday wouldn’t be complete without an assortment of seed ventures. MoCaFi offers low-cost financial services to underserved communities; Obie streamlines commercial real estate management; Goodcover is slashing insurance costs across the board.

 

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FINTECH FUNDING ROUNDS

Name Funding Type Money Raised Lead Investor Announced
Series A $16,000,000 Carthona Capital Feb 5, 2020
Series A $14,000,000 Future Perfect Ventures Feb 5, 2020
Series A $14,000,000 Coatue Management Feb 5, 2020
Series A $10,000,000 Bertelsmann Asia Feb 4, 2020
Series A $9,500,000 Admiral Capital Group Feb 5, 2020
Series A $6,600,000 AltaIR Capital Feb 11, 2020
Seed $3,500,000 Capital Access Holdings Feb 5, 2020
Seed $2,800,000 FundersClub Feb 4, 2020
Seed $2,000,000 Fuel Capital Feb 6, 2020
Seed $100,000 SeedInvest Feb 4, 2020
Series A -- Global Brain Corporation Feb 5, 2020
Series A -- Hamilton Lane Feb 6, 2020
Seed -- General Atlantic Feb 9, 2020
Pre-Seed -- Robert Smithson Feb 4, 2020
Source: Crunchbase

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