MarketInvoice wins bank funds

MarketInvoice wins bank funds

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Two European banks will lend 135 million pounds ($191 million) to UK businesses via MarketInvoice, one of MCI's fintech companies.

Portuguese online bank Banco BNI Europa and German investment bank Varengold Bank AG will lend 90 million pounds and 45 million pounds respectively.

Full story: https://www.reuters.com/article/banks-fintech-market-invoice/british-finance-firm-marketinvoice-wins-bank-funds-idUSL8N1R55J3

MarketInvoice is present in our portfolio since 2016. The company along with iZettle, Azimo, Dotpay/eCard, and NaviExpert, make for a one third of our assets under management.

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