Area of interest: Fintech

  • Kameo raises 30 MSEK

    Kameo raises 30 MSEK

    (Stockholm, a digital marketplace for crowdfunded loans to property developers): Has raised 30 MSEK in a funding round from Incore Invest with founding member Jonas Mårtensson and member Nicolai Chamizo. Early investors include member Erika Eliasson who also serves as a board director. Since its inception in 2016, Kameo has facilitated over 1,000 loans with a total value of over 5 billion SEK. Despite the…

  • Lesslie raises 18 MSEK

    Lesslie raises 18 MSEK

    (Stockholm, a fintech company for painless payments for cross-border businesses): Has raised 18 MSEK in a funding round led by Wellstreet with members Evelina Anttila, Helen von Bahr, Armando Coppola and Henric Enhörning. Quinary with members Johan Qviberg and Erik Axelsson alongside David Craelius and Erik Seifert also participated. Early investors include members Willem De Geer and Noel Abdayem.

  • Baemingo acquires Autocall

    Baemingo acquires Autocall

    (Stockholm, a full-service POS service for restaurants, bars, hotels and nightclubs): Has acquired the former competitor Autocall. “We are incredibly proud to have doubled our turnover and to have achieved profitability. The acquisition of Autocall is a key component in our strategy for growth,” comments member Faje Gani.

  • Fidesmo raises 30 MSEK

    Fidesmo raises 30 MSEK

    (Stockholm, brings the world of contactless transactions together in an all-in-one secure platform for device manufacturers and service providers): Has raised 30 MSEK in a funding round led by 82an Invest with founding member Karl-Johan Persson and Stefan Krook alongside the Wallenberg family. Fidesmo’s technology facilitates secure contactless transactions in connected accessories like bracelets, watches, rings, and other wearables.

  • Waytobill raises 5.5 MSEK

    Waytobill raises 5.5 MSEK

    (Stockholm, a solution for more convenient billing): Has raised 5.5 MSEK in a funding round from member Micael Holmström and Wellstreetwith members Evelina Anttila and Armando Coppola. “We want to participate and lead the next step in the evolution of the financial system by investing and supporting fintech startups specializing in financial infrastructure”, comments Armando Coppola, partner at Wellstreet.

  • Brite raises 660 MSEK

    Brite raises 660 MSEK

    (Stockholm, super quick account-to-account payments): Has raised 660 MSEK in a funding round from Dawn Capital, Headline and Incore Investwith founding member Jonas Mårtensson and members Nicolai Chamizo and Magnus Mivér. “Brite will use the fresh funding to accelerate the company’s geographical expansion, strengthen positions in existing markets, and further invest in product development,” the company writes in a comment.

  • Swimbird raises 30 MSEK

    Swimbird raises 30 MSEK

    (Stockholm, a modern, cutting-edge cloud-native SaaS platform for portfolio management, analysis and reporting): Has raised 30 MSEK in a funding round from Sven Hagströmer, Harry Klagsbrun and Casper Callerström. “Of course, we are delighted that our existing investors continue to have confidence in us and our solution. Our solution allows investors to see the entirety of their ownership, and…

  • Fxity raises 30 MSEK

    Fxity raises 30 MSEK

    (Stockholm, an automated FX and liquidity manager that frees up time from manual and repetitive tasks): Has raised 30 MSEK in a funding round from Mikael Lindahl, member Nicklas Storåkers and founding member Anna Storåkers. “One big customer we have saves 30 million kronor per year through our service. Because PSD2 means that banks have to let other actors…

  • Treyd raises 127 MSEK

    Treyd raises 127 MSEK

    (Stockholm, a buy-now-pay-later solution that removes the pain of paying suppliers upfront): Has raised 127 MSEK in a funding round from Nineyards Equity, Antler, J12 Ventures and Zenith with member Erik Lindblad. Early investors in Treyd include founding member Lars Lindgren. Treyd was valued at 463 MSEK in the round.

  • Froda raises 90 MSEK

    Froda raises 90 MSEK

    (Stockholm, a financial tech company enabling SMEs to get easier access to financing): Has raised 90 MSEK in a funding round from Fredrik Österberg, Victor Jacobsson, Martin Dahlin, member Nicklas Storåkers and founding member Karl-Johan Persson. In September last year, Froda boasted a valuation of 1.2 billion SEK, but a year later, they secured funding at an increased valuation of 1.7 billion SEK.