The FinTech Industry is poised for exponential growth and India in recent times has seen aggressive funding activity in the sector. Since 2014, Fintech has attracted over $26 Bn in funding, over 50% percent of which amounting to $14.8 Bn was invested between 2021 and 2023. The fintech industry is set to grow up to a phenomenal market size of $2.1 Tn by 2030.
Some of the major Fintech VCs and Investors funding the fintech wave in India are as follows:
Accel – Accel is a leading venture capital firm that invests in people and their companies from the earliest days through all phases of private company growth. Accel, was formerly known as Accel Partners, it works in seed, early and growth-stage investments.
Bessemer Ventures Partner – Since starting operations in India more than 15 years ago, Bessemer has partnered with more than 65 startups across a wide range of company stages and sectors in India. They launched a $220 million India dedicated fund in 2021.
3one4 Capital – Was founded in 2015 and is said to manage a corpus of over $510 Mn, it has raised an accumulated capital of $1.41 Bn in capital to date. The company currently manages a portfolio of over 80 start ups
LetsVenture – Started in the year 2013, it is set to create the world’s largest ecosystem for founders and investors. As of 2021, the company had a LV portfolio valued at $3B. Total investments made 950+, total $11+Bn Portfolio Value handled, over $140+Mn Funds raised, 35576 Startups Registered and has 20052 Investors on platform.
Prime Venture Partners – Is an early-stage VC fund which acts as a first institutional investor in category-defining tech-startups. It was started in 2012, and renamed as Prime Venture Partners in 2015. The company currently invested in more than 40 companies
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