The funds were used for the acquisition of Bengaluru-based e-gifting platform Qwikcilver.
Aye will use these funds to grow its loan book to serve credit starved micro-enterprises in India.
Existing investors including Accel, Sequoia, and Chiratae are expected to lead the funding in Bounce.
The round also saw participation from Accel Partners, Canaan, NewView Capital, and Qualcomm Ventures.
The funding is part of the $500-million commitment made by Flipkart for its payments business in 2017.
CDE Asia seeks to grow artificial sand processing business in India and other SE Asian countries.
RBI has allowed PNB Housing to borrow up to $750 million annually under the automatic route.
ASK Property has routed the investment through its Real Estate Special Situations Fund.
Fintech startup Cred has raised $4 million in funding from Sequoia Capital India.
New investors Hillhouse Capital and Altimeter Capital may also join the round.
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