Bnext is a Spanish financial services marketplace that has been able to raise 25M$ to gain a foothold in the Spanish market and expand into Latin America, specifically Mexico. The company has sold part of its shares to new investors such as DN Capital, Redalpine and Speedinvest.
Corporate finance is the order of the day in banks. The digital banking is making steady progress among user preferences, with more and more customers choosing the online option to manage their finances every year due to its immediacy and availability.
The platform Bnext sets new standards in an alternative model to traditional banking. It is a financial products marketplace that offers simpler control for customers to track their accounts in a user-friendly way..
Recently, and with barely two years of existence, this financial start-up has closed its second round of financing. funding Series A, an operation valued at 25M$This is a very important challenge, as the use of cash is still very high in the Aztec country. This is a very important challenge, as the use of cash is still very high in Mexico.
But the new funding will not only be used to open branches in South America, as the digital bank also plans to expand its business in Spain by acquiring new users and implementing a premium system to improve their income. Even with all this, the free version will not be invalidated.
It is worth noting that, if we disregard its crowdfunding 300,000, the current round is the second round for the company, which already received €1.8M in 2017. We are also talking about the largest round in the sector. fintech to date.
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