Finnovating closes first financing round with investors from Silicon Valley, Luxembourg and Spain

Finnovating welcomes investors to accelerate the growth of the company, which aims to be a global benchmark as a B2B platform that connects fintech companies, corporations and investors. This was reported to Cointelegraph in Spanish through a statement.

Among the investors are personalities such as Marta Martínez (ex-CEO of the T-Solar group), Pedro Flames (co-founder and investor of several companies in Asia), Carlos Morales Rivas (director of TSP) and Arturo Ferné ¡ndez Mac Dowell (CEO from Eurobits Technologies) as well as executives of international financial companies such as Giacomo Bonora or Tim Mol (Managing Director at Carlisle Financial Group).

The platform’s value proposition is focused on enabling each member to streamline investment and collaboration processes and reduce the time and resource spent on raising capital by a third. Registered FinTech, PropTech, InsurTech or WealthTech startups can network with large corporations, banks and insurance companies as well as qualified investors who have the opportunity to work together in an agile, digital and scalable manner. Processes that would take months are reduced to days and a single click.– they remarked in the statement.

Finnovating closes first financing round with investors from Silicon Valley, Luxembourg and Spain
Finnovating closes first financing round with investors from Silicon Valley, Luxembourg and Spain

Pablo Gasalla, partner at Finnovating, commented: “The launch of the platform has been incredibly well received and we hope to help many entrepreneurs to make their dreams come true.”

Marta Martínez, Equity Advisor, said: “I decided to invest for two main reasons: on the one hand, I fully trust the knowledge and skills of the founders and the team; on the other hand, I want to be part of the success that will experience the platform with this unique connection of startups, investors and customers.

The entry into Finnovating of these experts, who have led innovation and investment projects in Silicon Valley as well as on the European and Asian markets, is intended to promote the first international FinTech community, according to a statement.

The investment is mainly for the expansion of the team, which has grown by more than 45% in a few weeks, and the international expansion of the platform, which has already registered companies from more than 60 countries such as Canada, USA, Portugal, Germany, Mexico, Chile , China, Singapore or Hong Kong, since the start on May 12th.

“I could never have imagined accompanying us on this wonderful journey with so many international talents, a path that I am convinced that we will follow together with all our members of the platform,” concluded Rodrigo García de la Cruz , CEO Finnovating.Â

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