Genome engineering technology provider Synthego pulled in $200m through a SoftBank-backed series E round while payment technology producer Stronghold unveiled a $100m CVC fund.

US-based genome engineering services provider Synthego secured $200m yesterday in a series E round that included telecommunications and internet group SoftBank’s Vision Fund 2. Investment management firm Perceptive Advisors led the round, which also featured Declaration Partners, Laurion Capital Management, Logos Capital, GigaFund, Chimera Abu Dhabi, Wellington Management, RA Capital Management and Moore Strategic Ventures.…

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