Fintech lending startup KreditBee raises $75 mn in Series C equity round

Topics Fintech | Startup | Startup funding

he platform plans to diversify its product offering by venturing into digitally-enabled secured loans, home loans and credit line.

Bengaluru-headquartered fintech

lending startup KreditBee has concluded its Series C equity round worth USD 75 million from Premji Invest, Mirae Asset Naver Asia Growth Fund, Alpine Capital and Arkam Ventures consisting of both primary and secondary investment.

"With a larger portfolio of loan products, our objective is to provide credit to over 180 million new-to-credit customers who were not provided formal credit earlier. This investment would help us take more positive steps towards achieving that," Co-Founder & CEO of KreditBee Madhusudan E said.

The holding entity has previously raised over USD 43 million cumulatively in equity from investors including ICICI Bank and Arkam Ventures, it noted in a statement on Monday.

Registered in March 2016, the group entity also holds Krazybee Services Private Limited, Systemically important non-deposit taking non-banking financial company (NBFC-ND-SI) registered with the Reserve Bank of India since May 2017.

The group launched KreditBee in May 2018, focused on full-stack digital lending for young professionals.

The platform specialises in providing digital personal loans and consumer durable loans to both salaried and self- employed.

The platform plans to diversify its product offering by venturing into digitally-enabled secured loans, home loans and credit line.

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