ING Ventures led a $21.4m round that also featured PSN, increasing the personal finance management app developer's valuation to $180m.

Spain-based personal finance management platform Fintonic has secured €19m ($21.4m) in a funding round led by financial services group ING that included participation from insurance firm PSN.

The round also included contributions from other existing investors, and it valued Fintonic at approximately $180m. ING Ventures, the corporate venturing arm of ING, increased its stake in the company to 22% with its investment.

Founded in 2012, Fintonic has created a mobile app designed to help users manage and collate all of…

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