Groww boss read 30 books in 2019, 'Trillion Dollar Coach' taught him a valuable work lesson
Lalit Keshre read 'Skin in the Game' twice in the last year.
Ribbit leads $21 mn round in Groww
Sequoia Capital and Y Combinator also participated in the round, coming almost nine months after the onlin...
Fintech counts on content to keep investors hooked
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Groww raises $6.2 million from Sequoia & others
The Bengaluru- based startup intends to use the funds to build the technology platform, launch new products.
Groww in talks with Sequoia to raise Rs 42.5 crore
Groww was founded by Harsh Jain, Lalit Keshre, Neeraj Singh and Ishan Bansal, and it started operations in 2017.
Groww raises $1.6 million in pre series A round of funding
The Bengaluru based startup will use the funds for further strengthening technology and build scalable growth channels.
FPIs remain net buyers in Jan on US-China trade deal
According to the NSDL data, a net amount of Rs 10,200 crore was invested into equities.
FPIs invest Rs 777 crore in equities, pull out Rs 3,193 crore from debt market in Jan
Overseas investors have turned net sellers in January after remaining buyers for 4 months.
EpiFi scores $13 million in its seed round
Funding tap is open for a host of ventures Sequoia Capital, Ribbit Capital, others pitch in.
FPIs remain net buyers in December; invest over Rs 2,600 crore
Barring January, July and August, FPIs have been net buyers for rest of the months in 2019.
FPIs turn net sellers in Indian capital markets in Dec amid weak macro data
Foreign investors pulled out a net sum of Rs 1,668.8 crore from equities.
FPIs pour Rs 17,722 crore into markets in November so far
FPIs were net buyers in the preceding two months as well.
FPIs open fund floodgates; Net inflow crosses Rs 1 trillion in 2019
Overseas investors have preferred equities over debt in 2019 with much higher inflows.
FPIs remain net buyers for second month, infuse Rs 16,464 cr in Oct
FPIs pumped in a net amount of Rs 12,475.7 cr into equities and Rs 3,988.9 cr into debt.
‘Platform as a service’ is a big sell at fintech
Selling service helps companies earn steady revenue and expand with no major investment.
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