- Venture capital firm Runa Capital has just concluded its third round of funding.
- The start-up financier raised £127 million (($157 million), about £17 million above its target.
- Runa Capital is looking to use the additional capital to expand into quantum and “deep tech” startups.
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Now might be the time to invest in property in Australia
For many of us, Australia is about as far away from home as we can get. Yet, the strong British influence on this part of Oceania means that it has a lot of familiar sights and sounds for Brits. In terms of the property market, there are some restrictions for non-residents. The Foreign Investment Review Board need to assess these cases before they can proceed. Non-residents buying investment properties are generally restricted to new-build homes....
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David Clark, a former Uber (NYSE: UBER) executive is finalizing plans to set up the European headquarters for startup funding company, Expa in London. Expa, which is based in Silicon Valley, was established in 2014 by Garret Camp, co-founder of StumbleUpon and cab-hailing app Uber. According to the serial entrepreneur and investor, he started Expa to help entrepreneurs to actualize their dream businesses. The startup financier offers budding entr...
JP. Morgan (NYSE: JPM) plans to raise about £8 billion to boost its spend during this Covid-19 pandemic period. The firm’s alternative-investment division said the amount would enable them to sail through the current crashed economy. “The magnitude of these dislocations is so significant. To get some of these markets functioning, you need a lot of capital,” JPMorgan’s global head of alternatives Anton Pil said during a Monday interview. According...
Linton Hydro has raised £3.3m crowdfunding investment through the Triodos impact investment crowdfunding platform. Investors include both retail and institutional investors. Linton is the company behind two North Yorkshire hydroelectric power schemes. It owns and operates two adjacent hydropower schemes at Linton Lock on the River Ouse in North Yorkshire. They generate enough electricity to power the equivalent of about 450 homes and supply to a...
Gibraltar-based ‘The Acorn Collective’ will on Saturday (May 26) launch the main phase of its ICO, following a wildly successful pre-sale which sold out. The hard cap for the main phase is $35 million and it will last one month, concluding on June 24. The name of the token is OAK.
Property crowdfunding platform, The House Crowd, is celebrating five years of growth, having raised over £44million in capital since its 2012 launch.
Investoo Group, one of the world’s biggest FX affiliates, has announced the purchase of 100ForexBrokers.com. It is the Group’s largest acquisition to date.
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The government is set to hand the Bank of England the power to restrict a property investors’ ability to borrow, on buy-to-let properties, by limiting the LTV at which lenders can lend.