Short-term accommodation provider Cohabs secured more than $70m in a round led by AG Real Estate, while Stampli, Impress and Tarana Wireless each raised $50m.


AG Real Estate, a subsidiary of insurance firm AG Insurance, led a €58m ($70.3m) financing round for Belgium-based short-term accommodation provider Cohabs yesterday made up of nearly $15.2m in equity funding and $55.2m in subordinated debt, participating alongside Alphastone, Federal Assurance, Finance.Brussels and undisclosed others. Cohabs has not revealed details of earlier funding but named AG Real Estate and Alphastone as existing backers.

Stampli, the US-based creator of an accounts payable management platform, received $50m in series C funding…

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Robert Lavine

Robert Lavine is special features editor for Global Venturing.