Summary List PlacementCredit Sesame, an online personal finance platform that helps users monitor their credit scores and manage their debt, has raised fresh funding, bought another company, and revived its IPO plans. The San Francisco-based startup picked up $51 million from a group of investors that include Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan (HOOPP), Menlo Ventures, ATW Partners, and others. The round puts Credit Sesame's valuation at nearly $1 billion, about four times more than its last known valuation of $251.7 million, according to PitchBook.
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