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Belvo scores $10M from Founders Fund and Kaszek to scale its API for financial services

Belvo, a Latin American fintech startup which launched just 12 months ago, has already snagged funding from two of the…

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Urbvan raises $9 million for its private shuttle service in Mexico – TechCrunch

As cities in emerging markets grapple with increasingly traffic-clogged and dangerous streets, Urbvan, a startup providing private, high-end transportation shuttles…

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Partnering with Visa, emerging market lender Branch International raises $170 million – TechCrunch

The San Francisco-based startup Branch International, which makes small personal loans in emerging markets, has raised $170 million and announced a…

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Mexican venture firm ALL VP has a $73 million first close on its latest fund – TechCrunch

Buoyed by international attention from U.S. and Chinese investors and technology companies, new financing keeps flowing into the coffers of…