Neat, a Hong Kong-based fintech startup, raised US$3m in funding.
The round was led by Linear Capital with participation from Dymon Asia Ventures, Portag3 Ventures, and Sagamore Investments.
The company, which had raised a round earlier this summer, intends to use the funds to accelerate the release of new product features, attract further talent to the team and get its product ready for the Chinese market.
Led by David Rosa, CEO & Co-Founder, and Igor Wos, CTO & Co-Founder, Neat is mobile bank which currently offers two products:
1). Neat business to operate a startup or SME via a dedicated Hong Kong bank account number to receive payments from customers and disbursements from e-commerce platforms (it supports Stripe, PayPal, Amazon and more).
2). Neat personal, a a modern current account which allows users to shop around the world with the Neat MasterCard, online or offline, and get exchange rate for over 50 currencies.