Indian Fintech Helps Millenials With Managing Credit Scores, Acquires $6 Million in Capital
By Omar Faridi
Slice, a Fintech company that provides various card-based products to young people in India to help manage their credit scores, has secured $6 million in capital via a round led by Japanese venture capital firm, Gunosy.
Other investors that took part in the round included US-headquartered EMVC, a Fintech VC firm investing in India and other emerging markets; Kunal Shah from Cred; Better Capital; and existing investor Das Capital.
Photo courtesy of Ashwini Chaudhary.
Source: Crowdfund Insider (link opens in a new window)
- Finance, Investing, Technology
- credit scoring, fintech