In December 2019, European Investment Fund and Cassa Depositi e Prestiti reaffirmed their cooperation to boost Italian SMEs, Mid-Caps and startups.
Octo Telematics, a Rome, Italy-based global provider of a platform that transforms IoT Big Data set into actionable intelligence, acquired Nebula Systems Ltd., UK based company which specializes in the development of advanced cloud technologies for the automotive and connected car industries.
United Ventures, a Milan, Italy-based venture capital firm, closed its second fund, at €120M.
Osteocom, a Parma, Italy-based dental education platform for professionals, raised €2m in Series A funding.
VIS (Valore in Sanità), a Rome, Italy-based provider healthcare platform, raised €1m in funding.
Oval Money, an Italian and English fintech startup advancing digital payment and saving tools, received a £4m direct non-controlling investment from Eurizon, the asset management firm of Intesa Sanpaolo Group.
Vygon Group, an Écouen, France-based specialist single-use medical devices group, acquired Pilot, an Italian company which specializes in ECG guidance devices.
Casavo, a Milan, Italy-based real-estate startup, closed a €50M Series B funding.
Newronika, a Milan, Italy-based neurotech startup, raised €8.4m in funding.
Moneyfarm, a Milan, Italy and London, UK-based digital wealth management company, raised £36M in Series C funding.
Velasca, a Milan, Italy-based direct-to-consumer, Made in Italy luxury shoes brand, raised €4.5m in its third equity funding.
Genenta Science, a Milan, Italy-based clinical-stage biotechnology company pioneering the development of hematopoietic stem cell gene therapies for cancer, closed its €13,2M third funding round.
Freeda Media, a Milan, Italy-based media brand for women, raised $16M in Series B funding.
The company’s 2019 Interim Financial Report has been prepared according to the IAS/IFRS accounting standards, which provide, among other things, for the conversion of the previous Interim Financial Report’s data, in order to conform to clear comparability parameters (1).
Farfetch Limited (NYSE: FTCH), a global technology platform for the luxury fashion industry, acquired New Guards Group, a Milan, Italy-based brand platform for luxury brands’ design, production and distribution, for a total enterprise value of $675m.