Mexico's Salary Advance Fintech Startup Minu Secures $14M In Capital Via Series A Round To Enhance Product Offering
Mexico's Salary Advance Fintech Startup Minu Secures $14M in Capital via Series A Round to Enhance Product Offering Crowdfund Insider. : Mexico's salary advance startup Minu has secured $14 million in capital through a Series A funding round. Minu's investment round was led by FinTech Collective along with contributions from VEF, XYZ Ventures, and FJ Labs. DocuSign founder Tom Gonser and Gusto CFO Mike Dinsdale took part in the round as well. Existing investors QED Investors, Next Billion Ventures, and Village Global also made investments in Minu's latest round.
(Bloomberg) -- Chamath Palihapitiya, the billionaire investor who has helped drive the frenzied growth of blank-check companies, sold his personal holding in the space-tourism company founded by Richard Branson, raising $213 million. Palihapitiya disposed of 6.2 million shares at an average price of $34.32 this week, based on a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. He still owns 15.8 million shares with his partner Ian Osborne through investment firm Social Capital Hedosophia, amounting to about a 6.5% stake. Palihapitiya previously sold shares worth almost $100 million in December, filings show.
The Hillpointe Workforce Housing Partnership II will develop eight projects in total to create approximately 2,400 workforce housing units. : Hillpointe LLC has closed its workforce housing fund at $110 million, which is expected to bring eight communities to the southeastern U.S. The fund, Hillpointe Workforce Housing Partnership II LP, was created to develop Class A apartments for workforce residents. Steven Campisi, co-founder & managing partner at Hillpointe, said in prepared remarks that the funds will be used to develop eight workforce housing projects in Hillpointe's development pipeline.
Atnx Investor Filing Deadline: Bernstein Liebhard Llp Reminds Investors Of The Deadline To File A Lead Plaintiff Motion In A Securities Class Action Lawsuit Against Athenex, Inc.
NEW YORK, March 5, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Bernstein Liebhard, a nationally acclaimed investor rights law firm, reminds investors of the deadline to file a lead plaintiff motion in a securities class action lawsuit that has been filed on behalf of investors who purchased or acquired the...
The meteoric rise of GameStop (GME) stock at the start of the year had the effect many predicted it would: It attracted the attention of Washington. Last month Congress held hearings on the situation, calling the CEOs of Robinhood, Reddit, Citadel Securities and Melvin Capital, among others, to account on Capitol Hill. And lately President Joe Biden's administration has indicated that it's considering a new tax on investment trading.
A major mall owner is preparing for bankruptcy after it failed to make an interest payment on its debt. Washington Prime Group, a real estate investment trust which owns more than 100 malls, has been negotiating with its lender to reduce its debt -- but the talks are not going well, Bloomberg News reported. The mall owner has said Covid-19 could impair its ability to repay debt going forward or threaten its ability to stay The post Mall owner Washington Prime Group prepares for bankruptcy appeared first on The Real Deal New York.
More than a year on from the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, amid all the turmoil it has caused, some important trends can be detected in the investment space.
The SPAC surge continues unabated, with 10 new ones formed since Wednesday morning. There are growing concerns that retail investors are about to get rolled, with smart sponsors taking advantage of dumb money.
China's top technology dealmaker is ramping up its push into investment banking, as markets from Shanghai to Hong Kong prepare for another booming year of initial public offerings.