The finance ministry holds a 25.9 per cent stake in TMB, followed by ING which owns 25 per cent.
According to local media reports, the investors have acquired a 25 per cent stake in the startup.
Launched in 2017, Krungsri Finnovate was set up with a corpus of $30 million, which should be entirely deployed by the end of 2019.
The investment will allow it to further expand its clean energy business in the Asia-Pacific region.
Central Group will acquire a significant non-controlling stake in the Thai entity.
Mike Maples, Floodgate Ventures, Stanford University, Triplepoint Capital, CRCM and Alibaba also participated in the round.
Hong Kong-based social trading platform StockViva has secured a pre-Series A round of financing from Alibaba Entrepreneurs Fund.
Humanforce will use the funding to scale up its global operations, particularly in the US, and extend its SaaS and mobile platforms for workforce management applications.
The round was led by JJDC, the venture capital arm of Johnson & Johnson, and brings Memebox’s total funding raised to $190 million.
Zen Corporation plans to sell 75 million shares, equivalent to 25% of its registered capital, in an IPO on the Thai stock exchange in the first quarter.