Wells Fargo Strategic Capital was among the investors in a series D round valuing the child-focused banking platform developer at $2.3bn.
Greenlight Financial Technology, a US-based provider of bank accounts for children, raised $260m in series D funding yesterday from investors including financial services firm Wells Fargo’s Strategic Capital unit. The round valued the company at $2.3bn and was led by venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, while TTV Capital, Canapi Ventures, Bond, Fin VC, Goodwater Capital,…
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