Philippines: Japan's SBI Investment leads $2.3m series A in tech startup Venteny

Philippines: Japan's SBI Investment leads $2.3m series A in tech startup Venteny

Source: Venteny

KK Fund-backed Venteny, a hybrid employee benefits and fintech solutions platform in the Philippines, has raised $2.3 million in its Series A round led by Japan-based venture capital fund SBI Investment.

Others who participated in the round were Tokyo-based VC firm SV-FINTECH Fund, another independent firm from Singapore aside from KK Fund, and also key figures in Japan’s fintech community Mamoru Taniya, and Makoto Takano. SBI is the VC arm of Japanese conglomerate SBI Holdings Inc.

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