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Bankingly

19 May
The round, led by Dalus Capital, was accompanied by IDB Lab, IDC Ventures, Athos Group, Kube Ventures, Grupo Finacess, iThink VC, Sonen Capital and Oikocredit.
18 May
Bankingly accelerates its growth with the culmination of a successful investment round for a total of $11 million USD. The round was led by Dalus Capital, and accompanied by IDB Lab, IDC Ventures, Athos Group, Kube Ventures, Grupo Finacess, iThink VC, Sonen Capital and Oikocredit. The new  investors join existing ones that include, among others, Elevar Equity and Endeavor Catalyst. 

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