The Alphabet and Roc Nation-backed share trading platform operator reportedly secured the equity funding together with up to $600m in debt financing.
Robinhood, the US-based online trading platform developer that counts internet technology group Alphabet and entertainment agency Roc Nation as investors, confirmed yesterday it has raised $3.4bn in new equity funding. Venture capital firm Ribbit Capital led the round, which also featured existing investors including Iconiq Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, Sequoia, Index Ventures and New Enterprise Associates…
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