The children's debit card provider has now raised more than $77m in total, having secured new funding from investors including JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo and Live Oak Bank.
The Davidson Group was among the investors that have added $40m to flexible workspace provider CommonGrounds Workplace's series A round.
The developing digital health sector has had to wait almost three years for the public markets to open up to it, but when they did, it was corporate venturing portfolio companies that were first through the flotation exit doors.
“WeWork’s Bonkers IPO,” said Fortune’s daily newsletter. “The Weirdness of WeWork’s IPO Filing”, sister publication CEO Daily called it, adding: “If a recession is coming, the WeWork IPO filing… will be a fitting capstone for the peak.”
ABB-backed surgical robotics developer CMR raised the cash at a reported valuation in excess of $1.2bn and has now secured $386m in total.
Hanwha Asset Management was among the investors in the latest round for the AI software provider, whose earlier backers include Tencent, Intel, Microsoft and Nvidia.
Pfizer spinoff Springworks, which also counts GlaxoSmithKline as an investor, secured $162m in an initial public offering that followed $228m of funding.