The Prosus and Benesse-backed online skills learning marketplace priced its shares at the top of their range to raise approximately $421m.
The electofuel provider's latest round was co-led by NextEra Energy Resources and Amazon Climate Pledge Fund and included Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.
Liberty Global’s investment unit has contributed to the equality and climatetech-focused Avesta Fund, which has raised over 80% towards its ceiling.
The power producer is set to pay $695m for 87.4% of solar project operator Sunseap, which counts Banpu, Shell, IsoTeam and Chow Tai Fook as investors.
Global Energy Council Q4 2021 editorial by James Mawson, editor in chief, Global Corporate Venturing
SoftBank’s SBCVC unit re-upped its commitment to the SSB developer, after fellow corporate FAW Group participated in a $100m series D round 18 months ago.
Liberty Mutual, MS&AD Ventures and QBE Ventures all contributed to a series C round taking the climate risk analytics provider's total funding to at least $86m.
The energy group’s Racial Equity Capital Fund will run for the next three years and will supply equity and debt financing for minority-owned businesses.
Econos was among the LPs that have committed to the green search engine provider’s venture capital vehicle, which is set to reach a first close early next year.
Prosus took part in a round which reportedly boosted the agricultural services platform developer's valuation to $450m and its total funding pst $160m.
Google will begin investing in Africa-based companies through its Africa Investment Fund, running it alongside non-equity schemes Startups Accelerator Africa and Black Founders Fund.
The student transport service secured backing from SoftBank Vision Fund 2 and BMW i Ventures as it looks to fuel its expansion.
The Benesse and Prosus-backed online learning platform operator has filed to list on Nasdaq, about a year after closing a series F round at a $3.25bn valuation.
Citi and Silicon Valley Bank backed the recruitment platform for mothers in a series C round which brought the overall funding raised by the company to $116m.
Schneider Electric and General Electric have returned to back the Invenergy-sponsored venture firm’s second vehicle, alongside LPs including American Electric Power, Equinor and Xcel Energy.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia took part in a round which lifted the ESG-focused marketplace's overall funding to $175m.
Eat Just’s cultured meat subsidiary secured the funding from new and returning backers four months after a $170m tranche of the round.