Seraphim Capital, a London, UK-based venture capital firm, has launched a new fund dedicated to space innovation.
BitPesa, a blockchain payments platform for Africa, raised a new funding as a follow-up to its Series A round.
Mangrove Capital Partners, a Luxembourg-based venture capital firm, closed its fifth fund, at $170m.
Cipio Partners, a Munich, Germany and Luxembourg-based secondary direct and growth capital investment firm, closed its latest fund, with €174m in commitments.
Alpha Private Equity, a mid-market private equity firm operating in the continental European market, closed its seventh fund, with total commitments of €903m.
Vesalius Biocapital, a Luxembourg-based specialist life sciences venture capital firm, held the first close of its third fund, at over €65m.
PayQix, Inc., a global developer of a business automation and transaction management platform for small-medium-sized businesses, received $11m in funding as a part of a just open $21m Series A funding round.
b-to-v Partners AG, a venture capital specialist operating out of offices in St. Gallen, Berlin and Luxembourg, has appointed Luca Martinelli and Benedikt Kronberger as partners.
Daimler Financial Services acquired Luxembourg-based electronic payment services provider PayCash Europe SA.
Talkwalker, a Luxembourg-based social data intelligence company, secured €5m in funding.
Teads, a global video advertising platform, raised €43m ($47m) in debt funding.
Luxembourg-based Digital Tech Fund has been launched. The “evergreen” fund, created by the Ministry of the Economy in the context of Digital Lëtzebuerg, will take equity stakes in promising innovative enterprises created less than seven years ago and which are developing existing products, preferably in the form of functional prototypes. It will focus primarily, but […]
Atera S.A., a Luxembourg-based tissue engineering company, closed a €1.2m equity funding round.
Job Today, a Luxembourg-based mobile job marketplace that connects employers and job-seekers, raised $10m in Series A funding.
SES S.A. (NYSE Paris:SESG) (LuxX:SESG), Arendt & Medernach, BHS Invest, BIL, État Luxembourgeois, POST Capital, Proximus and SNCI signed a letter of commitment to finance Luxembourg-based ICT startups via a public-private seed fund.