Japan's MUFG, Nomura back $14m funding round for US firm Securitize

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Securitize, a US-based global solution platform that manages complaint pertaining to digital securities on the blockchain, has raised $14 million from a host of strategic investors that include three of the world’s largest banks, according to an announcement.

Three banks that have participated in the funding round are Banco Santander, MUFG, and Nomura Holdings. While Banco has routed the transaction through its venture capital arm Santander InnoVentures, MUFG has invested through its wholly-owned corporate venture capital subsidiary (MUFG Innovation Partners).

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