Kompasbank, Denmark’s newest corporate bank, finished a $ 22.5 million Series A round last week, led by a group of existing seed investors and a large number of new investors.
This investment will allow us to accelerate lending to the SME segment of the Danish market.With existing seed investors
New investors in Series A rounds include a large number of Danish and international private equity professionals, business angels and fintech entrepreneurs.
Michael Hurpup Andersen, Founder and Co-CEO of kompasbank, said: “I would like to take the time to take this stage. Thank you for the hard work of the team, the support and support from investors at various levels, and the constructive cooperation with regulators last year. It was a very unusual period. “
Jeppe Brøndum, Chairman and Founding Investor, adds: We are excited to launch kompasbank with the latest banking technology infrastructure and believe that it will prove its value to SMEs in today’s difficult environment. SMEs are the backbone of our economy and need efficient access to capital and services in the coming years to sustain and grow our businesses and invest in the transition to a green economy. I can’t wait to open the door to my clients in the coming months. ”
kompasbank finishes $ 22.5 million Series A funding round
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