The asset management platform developer's series D round included Aflac Global Ventures, Poalim Capital Markets, and existing backers Clal Insurance and SCB Digital Ventures.

US-based asset management software provider Pagaya secured $102m in series D funding yesterday from investors including insurers Aflac and Clal Insurance, and financial services firms Bank Hapoalim and Siam Commercial Bank (SCB). Venture capital firms Viola Ventures and Oak HC/FT also took part in the round along with GF Investments and private investor Harvey Golub,…

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