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Berlin's Finmid Raises €23M Series A Round to Further Build Out its Product

Finmid, which is Berlin-based and provides embedded fintech solutions for marketplaces, has received €23 million ($ 24.7 million) in a Series A funding round to develop its product further and enter new markets.

  • Finmid secures €23 million in Series A funding to help SMBs access loans.
  • The round values the company at €100 million ($107 million), post money.
  • Embedded fintech solutions target marketplace transactions for revenue.

Finmid, which is Berlin-based and provides embedded fintech solutions for marketplaces, has received €23 million ($ 24.7 million) in a Series A funding round to develop its product further and enter new markets. The deal is now capitalized at €100 million post-money.

Embedded finance companies prefer marketplaces, where either sellers or intermediaries have direct customers interacting with them, because of the scale of transactions. Payment and financing opportunities can also create higher revenues for these companies.

For example, Airwallex, Rapyd, and Kriya also share a similar target market, but Finmid thinks it will be able to win more business in Europe than its competitors. The evolution of fintech has made it possible for small and medium-sized companies in the region to get financing opportunities from different resources other than banks.

Nevertheless, the pandemic did not smooth Finmid’s road, but despite this, the company was able to attract long-term investors who have supported it since its inception. 

The venture capitalists have entirely been the company pillars from whom the company raised a total of €35 million in equity. To last Series A fundraising, finmid got €2 million in pre-seed fund and another €10 million in seed fund, shared by Alexander Talkanitsa, one of the co-founders.


Edited by Shruti Thapa

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