Belvo, a Mexican fintech providing a financial services API for mobile applications, raised a USD43m Series A from Future Positive, Kibo Ventures, FJ Labs, Sebastián Mejia (Rappi) and Harsh Sinha (Transferwise), with follow-on from MAYA Capital, KASZEK, Venture Friends and David Velez (Nubank). KASZEK and Founders Fund led a USD10m seed round in 2020.
(TechCrunch) – Belvo, a Latin American startup which has built an open finance API platform, announced today it has raised $43 million in a Series A round of funding.
A mix of Silicon Valley and Latin American-based VC firms and angels participated in the financing including Future Positive, Kibo Ventures, FJ Labs, Kaszek, MAYA Capital, Venture Friends, Rappi co-founder and president Sebastián Mejía, Harsh Sinha, CTO of Wise (formerly Transferwise) and Nubank CEO and founder David Vélez.
Citing Crunchbase data, Belvo believes the round represents the largest series A ever raised by a Latin American fintech. In May 2020, Belvo raised a $10 million seed round co-led by Silicon Valley’s Founders Fund and Argentina’s Kaszek.
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