Immunocore, a Milton Park, Oxfordshire, UK-based clinical-stage T cell receptor biotechnology company working to develop and commercialize a new generation of medicines for cancer, infection and autoimmune disease, completed an over $130m Series B financing round.
Atlas Cloud, a Newcastle, UK-based IT company which provides cloud and network solutions to blue-chip clients nationwide, raised £2m in funding.
Swipii, a Glasgow, Scotland-based cashback app, secured £1m in funding.
Riskonnect, an Atlanta, GA-based provider of integrated risk management solutions, acquired Xactium, a UK-based GRC software provider for enterprises to evaluate and manage enterprise risk and compliance.
Bimble, a British startup that makes an app for people to collect, remember and share places, raised £1.3m in seed funding.
Refinitiv, a London, UK-based provider of financial markets data and infrastructure, acquired Scivantage, a Jersey City, NJ-based Software as a Service (SaaS) company innovating in the fintech market.
Culture Shift, a Manchester, UK-based technology company that has created a platform for people to confidentially and safely report workplace harassment, secured a £1.35m funding round.
Accuity, a global provider of financial crime screening, payments, and know your customer (KYC) solutions, and part of RELX, acquired Apply Financial Limited, a London, UK-based world leader in validating global bank payments.
Emerge Education, a London, UK-based early stage edtech investor, launched a new fund.
Cognism, a London, UK-based provider of a globally compliant prospecting solution, raised $12M in funding.
DeepCrawl, a cloud-based technical SEO platform, raised $19M in Series B funding.
Alphagreen Group, a London, UK-based company which owns a consumer marketplace for legally certified cannabis (CBD, cannabidiol) products, secured £500k in its first equity funding round.
Skyports, a London, United Kingdom, UK-based urban air mobility infrastructure (UAM) provider and drone delivery operator, raised an extension to its Series A funding, which now totals £6m.
Imperial College London has launched its first Innovation fund to invest in early-stage, high-growth, knowledge-intensive companies spun out of the world top ten university.
Nc’nean, a Scottish female-founded whisky distillery, raised over £1.7M through both crowdfunding and private investors.