By Ardi Wirdana
The funding round, which saw SoftBank contributing 4.5 billion won ($4 million), is the first raised by the South Korean startup.
Trunk received seed funding from Australian accelerator Startmate in early 2018, while InVision is backed by Goldman Sachs and Tiger Global Management.
The deal is subject to approval by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States.
The fund will be deployed through sale-leaseback, built-to-suit, and other types of transactions.
KDDI will pay 559 yen per Kabu.com share, a 4.68 percent premium over Friday’s closing price, for a minority stake in the online brokerage.
LaSalle considers newer residential buildings in major cities as an excellent investment opportunity available in Japan.
The bank would continue to prioritize investment in the real estate, infrastructure, technology and energy industries.
More executive directors will get no bonus for 2018 compared with the year before.
The venture capital fund will target early-stage B2B software companies in Australia.
The deal is set to value the San Francisco-based company at over $6 billion, or 4-5 times the valuation from its last funding round in August last year.