Consumer credit provider FinAccel secured $140m from investors including GMO Payment Gateway while Amgen helped brain disease drug developer Neumora raise $112m.

Photo courtesy of Paul Hanaoka via Unsplash Funds India-based, consumer brand-focused venture capital firm Fireside Ventures has closed its third fund at $225m with backing from conglomerate ITC and consumer goods producer Emami. The limited partners also included financial services provider SBI, Self-Reliant India Fund, Investment Corporation of Dubai, Premji Invest, Waterfield-Fund of Funds and…

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Roshini Bains

Roshini Bains is the junior news reporter for Global Corporate Venturing and Global University Venturing.