The supply-chain digitisation platform raised the debt and equity financing from a consortium of new and existing investors potentially including several corporates.

Tradeshift, the US-based trade-payment technology provider backed by corporates American Express, Wipro, PayPal, Intuit, CreditEase and HSBC, secured $240m in debt and equity financing from undisclosed new and existing investors yesterday. Founded in 2009, Tradeshift produces software that helps businesses digitise their trading practices and payment processing, and integrate with third-party supply chain applications. The…

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