SoftBank led a series D round which enabled the employee benefits software provider achieve unicorn status.
Swile, a France-based developer of employee benefits management technology, raised $200m on Monday in a series D round led by telecommunications and internet group SoftBank at a valuation exceeding $1bn. The state-owned BPIfrance’s took part in the round through its BPIfrance Large Ventures fund, filling it out alongside private equity firm Eurazeo and venture capital…
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