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Fintech firm Capital Float forays into consumer finance

The Capital Float which has so far dealt with the B2B customer has launched app-based Consumer Finance solution.

Capital Float raises Rs 48 crores from Netherlands-based Triodos Investment Management

Capital Float said that it has raised debt of €6 million (Rs 48 crores) from the Netherlands-based asset management company, Triodos Investment Management (Triodos IM).

Amazon invests $22 million in Bangalore based fintech startup Capital Float

Bangalore based fintech start-up Capital Float has raised $22 million (Rs 144 crores) in equity funding from Amazon.

Capital Float raises Rs 293 crores in Series C led by Ribbit Capital

Capital Float said that it will utilize these funds to increase its geographic footprint, improve customer services and launch a new set of credit products for SMEs across India
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Capital Float partners Amazon India to disburse loans to e-sellers

Digital lending startup Capital Float has partnered with e-commerce firm Amazon India to disburse loans to e-commerce sellers to effectively manage their dynamic working capital requirements

MSME lender Finova Capital names Rajiv Sabharwal as its strategic advisor

Finova Capital, a NBFCs based out of Jaipur, Rajasthan and floated by ex-senior banker, Mohit Sahney, announced its association with Rajiv Sabharwal, as the...

Google snubs EU telcos network cost sharing demand as old idea, bad for consumers

US BigTech Google while rebuffing the push said it was a 10-year-old idea that was bad for consumers and that the company was already investing millions in internet infrastructure.
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British High Commission working to attract investment in Bangladesh’s IT sector

The High Commissioner stressed the development of Bangladesh's position in the 'Business Management Index' for the expansion of domestic and foreign investment and for this, the government and the private sector should work together. 

Tech Observer Bangladesh

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