Sclak, a Milan, Italy-based Internet of Things startup, raised €3m in its first funding round.
Oval Money, a Milan, Italy- and London, UK-based automated savings platform, kicked off its Series A round with a significant investment led by Italian banking group Intesa SanPaolo Group.
YoAgents, a Milan, Italy-based web and mobile platform to create on-demand and open commercial networks to promote digital services, raised €415k in funding.
Liquidweb, a Siena, Italy-based developer of a brain-computer interface based device that allows locked-in patients to communicate via brainwaves, raised €2.5M in funding.
CoreView, a Milan, Italy-based global leader in Office 365 management, tenant segmentation, security, and change management for the enterprise, raised $20m in funding.
EQT VIII, a fund of investment firm EQT, is to acquire Facile.it, a Milan, Italy-based online platform for consumers to compare prices for motor insurance, energy, telecoms and personal finance products from Oakley Capital and other minority owners.
Moneyfarm, a Milan, Italy and London, UK-based fintech startup, raised €46M in new funding.
Intesa Sanpaolo Innovation Center, subsidiary of the Intesa Sanpaolo Group that promotes innovation development processes and plans, and OurCrowd, an equity crowdfunding and a venture capital platform, signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the aim to promote startup access to international capital markets.
Paolo Savona resigned as President and Chairman of the board of Euklid Ltd, a London, UK-based AI driven fintech startup.
P101 SGR, an Italian venture capital firm, is launching a new €120m fund.
Ambienta, a Milan, Italy-based pan-European environmental growth investor, has closed its third fund, at €635m.
LeCesarine.it, a Bologna, Italy-based startup that operates a Made In Italy focused network of home cooks, raised €1m in funding.
Indaco Venture Partners SGR, a Milan, Italy-based newly created venture capital firm, launched Indaco Ventures I Fund.
Freeda Media, a Milan, Italy-based media company, raised $10m in Series A funding.
M31 Italia has sold 100% of Adaptica, an Italian manufacturer of portable devices for the detection and correction of refractive errors and visual defects, to an unnamed eye care group in China.