07 January 2024

Fintech Startups Secure New Venture Funding Sources

Recent developments reveal that early-stage fintech startups can look forward to more funding opportunities with the launch of new venture funds focused on the industry.

Early-stage fintech startups get new funding sources

With the inception of new venture funds, early-stage fintech startups are opening more doors to investment opportunities. Foxe Capital, launched by Ruth Foxe Blader, a former Anthemis Group partner, is one such fund dedicated to fintech, along with Exponent Founders Capital's $75 million second fund. These moves highlight a trend of fintech professionals branching out to foster early innovation.

Fresh Challenges and Legal Disputes

The fintech landscape is also witnessing challenges, such as the breakup between Synapse, Evolve Bank & Trust, and Mercury, leading to legal confrontations. Additionally, the overall market is seeing new approaches to hiring with companies like Deel opening significant new roles, signaling health and ambition within the sector.

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